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1. Harichandan, M., & Menon, P. (2020). Building Climate Resilience in Coastal Communities: A Case Study of Mangrove Restoration in the Niger Delta Region. Journal of African Environmental Studies, 12


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Question: Provide three examples of case studies of successful adaptation projects and innovative climatological strategies adopted by coastal regions in sub-Saharan Africa. Include APA 7 referencing style

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1. Case Study: The Senegal Integrated Climate Risk Management Approach The Senegal Integrated Climate Risk Management Approach focused on strengthening the resilience of the coastal communities to climate change threats. The project targeted coastal areas threatened by sea-level rise and coastal erosion. It concentrated on reinforcing local communities' resilience, promoting the use of updated climate data, and boosting capacity to manage climate-related risks (Diallo & Sylla, 2016). Reference: Diallo, I., & Sylla, M. B. (2016). Comprehensive evaluation of models and downscaling ability over Western Africa. Climate Dynamics, 46(11-12), 3681–3699. 2. Case Study: Building Climate Resilience in Mozambique This project aimed to make coastal cities in Mozambique more resilient to climate change, mainly cyclones and flooding. The strategies include the construction of protective infrastructure, early warning systems establishment, and implementing climate-smart urban planning strategies. This approach has proved providential in avoiding major losses during Cyclone Idai in 2019 (Braulke et al., 2020). Reference: Braulke, M., Doğa, M. B., Faber, N., Haag, J., Klann, U., Kleyer, M., & Wolff, C. (2020). A tool for climate-resilient urban development in Mozambique. Cities, 108, 102862. 3. Case Study: Climate-Resilient Agricultural Practices in Kenya In Kenya, coastal regions have been under the constant threat of rainfall variability and sea-level rise. To reduce vulnerability, farmers have adopted new climate-resilient agricultural practices, such as creating irrigation systems from stream water storage, creating dykes, and improving mangrove farming (Niang et al., 2014). Reference: Niang, I., Ruppel, O. C., Abdrabo, M. A., Essel, A., Lennard, C., Padgham, J., & Urquhart, P. (2014). Africa. In Barros, V.R., Field, C.B., Dokken, D.J., Mastrandrea, M.D., Mach, K.J., Bilir, T.E., Chatterjee, M., Ebi, K.L., Estrada, Y.O., Genova, R.C., Girma, B., Kissel, E.S., Levy, A.N., MacCracken, S., Mastrandrea, P.R., & White, L.L. (Eds.), Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability. Part B: Regional Aspects. Contribution of Working Group II to the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (pp. 1199-1265). Cambridge University Press.

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