Henny Osbahr
Henny Osbahr
Associate Professor in International Development, School of Agriculture, Policy & Development
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Resilience and vulnerability: complementary or conflicting concepts?
F Miller, H Osbahr, E Boyd, F Thomalla, S Bharwani, G Ziervogel, ...
Ecology and Society 15 (3), 2010
9732010
Adaptation to climate change and variability: farmer responses to intra-seasonal precipitation trends in South Africa
DSG Thomas, C Twyman, H Osbahr, B Hewitson
Climatic change 83 (3), 301-322, 2007
7382007
Effective livelihood adaptation to climate change disturbance: scale dimensions of practice in Mozambique
H Osbahr, C Twyman, WN Adger, DSG Thomas
Geoforum 39 (6), 1951-1964, 2008
4302008
Evaluating successful livelihood adaptation to climate variability and change in southern Africa
H Osbahr, C Twyman, WN Adger, DSG Thomas
Ecology and Society 15 (2), 2010
2422010
Developing adaptation and adapting development
MC Lemos, E Boyd, EL Tompkins, H Osbahr, D Liverman
Ecology and Society 12 (2), 2007
2192007
Supporting agricultural innovation in Uganda to respond to climate risk: linking climate change and variability with farmer perceptions
H Osbahr, P Dorward, R Stern, S Cooper
Experimental agriculture 47 (2), 293-316, 2011
1592011
Soil erosion in the West African Sahel: a review and an application of a “local political ecology” approach in South West Niger
A Warren, S Batterbury, H Osbahr
Global Environmental Change 11 (1), 79-95, 2001
1222001
Resilience and ‘climatizing’development: examples and policy implications
E Boyd, H Osbahr, PJ Ericksen, EL Tompkins, MC Lemos, F Miller
Development 51 (3), 390-396, 2008
1202008
Indigenous knowledge of soil fertility management in southwest Niger
H Osbahr, C Allan
Geoderma 111 (3-4), 457-479, 2003
902003
Developing a holistic approach to the analysis of farmer decision-making: Implications for adaptation policy and practice in developing countries
C Singh, P Dorward, H Osbahr
Land use policy 59, 329-343, 2016
882016
ADAPTIVE: Adaptations to Climate Change Amongst Natural Resource-dependant Societies in the Developing World: Across the Souther African Climate Gradient
D Thomas, H Osbahr, C Twyman, N Adger, B Hewitson
Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, 2005
772005
Building resilience: Adaptation mechanisms and mainstreaming for the poor
H Osbahr
Occasional Paper for the Human Development Report 8, 2007
732007
Indigenous views of soil erosion at Fandou Béri, southwestern Niger
A Warren, H Osbahr, S Batterbury, A Chappell
Geoderma 111 (3-4), 439-456, 2003
612003
Responses to climate change: exploring organisational learning across internationally networked organisations for development
E Boyd, H Osbahr
Environmental Education Research 16 (5-6), 629-643, 2010
462010
Sustainability and Sahelian soils: evidence from Niger
A Warren, S Batterbury, H Osbahr
Geographical Journal 167 (4), 324-341, 2001
462001
Linking climate change adaptation and disaster risk management for sustainable poverty reduction
H Osbahr, D Viner
Kenya Country Study. A study carried out for the Vulnerability and …, 2006
392006
The implications of rural perceptions of water scarcity on differential adaptation behaviour in Rajasthan, India
C Singh, H Osbahr, P Dorward
Regional Environmental Change 18 (8), 2417-2432, 2018
292018
Linking climate change adaptation and disaster risk management for sustainable poverty reduction: synthesis report
R Few, H Osbahr, LM Bouwer, D Viner, F Sperling
European Commission and Vulnerability and Adaptation Resource Group, 2006
232006
An investigation of the effects of PICSA on smallholder farmers’ decision-making and livelihoods when implemented at large scale–The case of Northern Ghana
G Clarkson, P Dorward, H Osbahr, F Torgbor, I Kankam-Boadu
Climate Services 14, 1-14, 2019
222019
Comparing farmers' qualitative evaluation of soil fertility with quantitative soil fertility indicators in Kitui County, Kenya
Y Yageta, H Osbahr, Y Morimoto, J Clark
Geoderma 344, 153-163, 2019
192019
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