Climate change and poverty: the perfect storm

We often hear that climate change disproportionately impacts the poor and the scenariosfarming_in_haiti._world_bank_eng are worrisome. For example, climate change will lead to up to a 300 % increase in extreme poverty in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) by 2030. 

Beneath this alarming headline, we know that climate-related losses will fluctuate across time and geographies. Impacts on people will be as varied and specific as household income sources and consumption patterns.

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e2C: Feasibility study for Temperature Controlled Logistic (TCL) services in Sub Saharan Africa (the Assignment)

Deadline: 05-Dec-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

Objective: The Assignment is a market study of the Temperature Controlled Logistic (TCL) sector in Nigeria, Kenya and Côte D’Ivoire. TCL services would include storage/transportation/distribution, together with other value added services, of food/perishable products in a temperature controlled environment.


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