Climate change-fueled drought drives Sri Lanka’s farmers to cities
“Farmers are moving because there isn’t enough money in agriculture,” officials admit
Fodder farming provides lifeline to drought-hit Kenyans
"It requires less work than maize, and brings more money"
From Bhutan to Cambodia, early warning saves lives in floods
"With extreme weather events becoming more frequent and erratic, access to real-time, accurate information can help build resilience among vulnerable communities"
India's water-logged farmers try out revamped flood insurance
Insurance policies for farmers could stem losses - but getting them right has proved tricky in India
As climate threats grow, Solomon Islands hunts “evergreen” solutions
"In the Solomon Islands we can't predict the stability of the weather"
Kenya's vegetable evangelist claims a prize – and takes on climate change
“Rainfall is no longer predictable as before," says the latest winner of the African Food Prize
As wild weather worsens, forecasting in Malawi gets a $16 million makeover
The changes are expected to make forecasts 80 percent more accurate and help improve early warning alerts
Irrigation rehab channels life back into Zimbabwe’s parched fields
"This water is our lifeline; without this irrigation scheme we are hopeless," says one farmer
Could restoring degraded lands cut down on labour migration in Niger?
Most Nigeriens depend on farming but widespread soil degradation and climate variability make it difficult to sustain a family all year long
As drought makes harvests uncertain, Kenya’s farmers mull a seed change
Using imported seed, "you are not sure if you will harvest enough to offset the costs" - so local seed is gaining ground, farmers say