Resilience of What and for Whom? An Analytical Framework to Assess Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Interventions in the Coffee Sector

Janina Grabs, Stefano Ponte, Kristjan Jespersen, Caleb Gallemore

Publikation: Working paperForskning

Abstract

The PACSMAC project is a 5-year collaboration between Copenhagen Business School, the University of Dar es Salaam, Jimma University, Lafayette College, and ESADE Business School. The project aims to investigate how climate change – and the ways actors across the value chain are trying to adapt to or mitigate it – affect coffee farmers’ livelihoods and land-use decisions. Work package 1 is dedicated to understanding: 1) How might climate change itself, alongside the mitigation and adaptation efforts intended to address it, affect the governance of coffee value chains originating in Ethiopia and Tanzania? And 2) How do these changes affect the distribution of value along the chain, upgrading opportunities and farmer livelihoods?
This working paper provides a literature review of relevant previous work and outlines an analytical framework to assess the impacts of top-down and bottom-up interventions.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
UdgivelsesstedWWW
UdgiverPACSMAC
Antal sider15
StatusUdgivet - 18 dec. 2022
NavnPACSMAC Working Paper
Nummer1.2

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