Timmers, B. (2012) Impacts of climate change and variability on fish value chains in Uganda. Penang, Malaysia, The WorldFish Center, 31pp. (Project Report) (2012-18).
This study examines the vulnerability of fish pr oduction in Uganda, particularly as it r elates to the predicted impacts from climate change, using the concept of the value chain. The value chain approach has been recommended as a useful tool to study specific challenges facing a sector resulting from various drivers of change, including climate. Critically, such analyses can reveal context-specific response strategies to enhance a sector (Jacinto and Pomer oy 2010). The specific purpose of the study was to identify curr ent and potential impacts of climate change and corresponding adaptation strategies in fish value chains. The study builds upon information fr om earlier value chain analyses on fisheries and aquaculture production in Uganda to provide a more in-depth understanding of issues facing the fish industry, in particular, those to be incorporated in the CGIAR Resear ch Program Livestock and Fish.
|Item Type: ||Monograph or Serial issue|
|Title: ||Impacts of climate change and variability on fish value chains in Uganda|
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|Series Name: ||Project Report|
|Number of Pages: ||31|
|Publisher: ||The WorldFish Center|
|Place of Publication: ||Penang, Malaysia|
|Issuing Agency: ||WorldFish Center|
|Uncontrolled Keywords: ||Climatic change; Value chain; Uganda|
|Item ID: ||8925|
|Depositing User: ||Mr William Ko|
|Date Deposited: ||25 Jun 2012 09:44|
|Last Modified: ||25 Jun 2012 09:44|
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