The national and local politics of climate change adaptation in Zimbabwe

@article{Dodman2015TheNA,
  title={The national and local politics of climate change adaptation in Zimbabwe},
  author={D. Dodman and D. Mitlin},
  journal={Climate and Development},
  year={2015},
  volume={7},
  pages={223 - 234}
}
The description and analysis of climate change adaptation programmes in low- and middle-income countries rarely examines the political conditions and contexts in which these take place, or the way in which these activities may themselves shape local and national politics. This paper uses a case study of Zimbabwe to examine how the discourse and practice of climate change has been incorporated in, and has the potential to influence, national politics in a context marked by high levels of… Expand
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