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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (2019)

Farmers’ Perception and Adaptation Mechanisms To Climate Change - The Case of La’ilay Maichew Woreda, Central Tigray, Ethiopia

Jemma Haji ; P. Kesari Gondr

Titre : Farmers’ Perception and Adaptation Mechanisms To Climate Change - The Case of La’ilay Maichew Woreda, Central Tigray, Ethiopia

Auteurs  : Jemma Haji ; P. Kesari Gondr
Publisher  : LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Date de parution : 2019-03-08
Pages : 112

Présentation
Climate change and variability is rapidly emerging as one of the most serious global problems affecting many sectors in the world and is considered to be one of the most serious threats to sustainable development. The impact of climate change depends on severity of the natural resource degradation and the technological capacity of the people to cope up the changes in climate. La’ilay Maichew woreda in Tigray regional state, is not an exception in this context. Farmers have been making efforts to cope up the adverse impact of climate change and variability by using different adaptation methods. Adaptation method is largely site-specific and site-specific issues that require site specific knowledge. Thus, this research was initiated to address the knowledge gab : to assess the information on perception of farmers towards climate change and variability and to identify the adaptation methods and factors that affect farmers’ choice of adaption strategies. Quantitative design was primarily employed for the study. The essential data were collected from 130 randomly selected farm households using semi-structured interview schedule.

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