Climate variability and change poses a huge risk to us all, and Walker Institute research is helping solve these challenges.
These challenges will have the most effect on developing societies and responding to these requires an interdisciplinary grassroots approach. At the Walker Institute, we focus on productive solution-oriented collaboration on the ground within the most at-risk communities. Our research makes a genuine difference to the lives of the poorest communities around the world and help safeguard lives of generations to come.
Our work focusses on a range of topics, from empowering small farm holders to increase crop resilience, to multi-disciplinary study aimed to improve projections of the effects of climate change on rural livelihoods and urban infrastructure in the Lake Victoria basin.
A major five year programme offering 15 interdisciplinary doctoral scholarships in climate justice.
The workshop looks to explore ways of understanding and evaluating the everyday practices of climate change cultures
Provides monsoon rainfall data in real time and tracks the key seasonal attributes important to food production.
A new sustainable approach to manage climate risks and increase resilience for smallholder farmers in sub-Saharan Africa
HyCRISTAL is tackling current uncertainties which exist around climate change projections for the East African region.
Find out more about the climate of the past and how climate change can present a number of risks and opportunities.
Consider how the food we grow, buy, eat and throw away relates to the global issue of food security,.
Get an introduction to the weather and climate of the UK and beyond.
How can we adapt farming to an uncertain future? Could the answer be Climate Smart Agriculture?
BRAVE aims to better quantify the impacts of climatic variability and change on groundwater supplies.
DACCIWA aims to quantify the influence of human-caused and natural emissions on air quality, clouds and rainfall.