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Mohamed’s Story: The Climate Conflict Trap in the Lake Chad Basin

19 November, 2019
Noah Gordon, adelphi

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Years ago, Mohamed’s family had enough to eat, despite being poor. His daughter owned a vegetable stall at a bustling market in northeastern Nigeria. The family had options: during the dry season, when Lake Chad was shallow, Mohamed could farm; and during the wet season, he could fish or graze his cattle. But then things began to change.

BlogA New Climate for Peace
Topic
Biodiversity & Livelihoods
Climate Change
Security

Region
Sub-Saharan Africa

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Urban Elites’ Livestock Exacerbate Herder-Farmer Tensions in Africa’s Sudano-Sahel

14 June, 2019
Matt Luizza

In recent years, conflict between herders and farmers for access to increasingly scarce natural resources in Africa’s Sudano-Sahel has escalated. While the problems fueling these tensions are both hyper-local and transnational in nature, one important piece of the puzzle has been overlooked. The real “elephant in the room” is who owns the livestock.

BlogA New Climate for Peace
Topic
Biodiversity & Livelihoods
Civil Society
Conflict Transformation
Environment & Migration
Security

Region
Sub-Saharan Africa

Tags agriculture conflict development environment featured Guest Contributor land livelihoods natural resources Sahel