Abgeschlossene Forschungsprojekte der Nachhaltigen Land- und Ressourcennutzung
2015 - 2017
Living with water in urban Senegal
The main objective of the project was to develop a transdisciplinary Flood Resilience and Governance Framework (FRaGF) to adequately evaluated the impacts of flood adaptation programmes on the resilience of urban dwellers’ in Dakar, Senegal and to support collective action and decision-making in the light of recent flood adaptation policies.
2016 - 2017
ACRES - Agricultural Climate Resilience to El-Nino in sub-Saharan Africa
El Niño related droughts are leaving many millions of southern African smallholder farmers facing hunger, whilst at the same time above average rains are being experienced in parts of East Africa. The differential impacts of extreme events on farmers who have adapted their land management practices to become more "climate-smart" are poorly understood and quantified. Assessing the impacts of Conservation Agriculture (CA) on climate resilience of smallholder farming systems is the focus of this comparative ACRES project led by an experienced cross-disciplinary team.
Hackathon - Hack4stustainability
Digitalisation is regarded as a major lever to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), while at the same time data is rapidly becoming the most valuable resource for future economies. It is important to use data in ways that benefit society. Hack4sustainability challenges participants to hack for sustainability and create an opportunity to address the SDGs through digital technologies. #hack4sustainability