Technical reports

KESHO MPYA (A NEW TOMORROW): ENVISIONING A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE FOR THE SOUTHERN AGRICULTURAL GROWTH CORRIDOR OF TANZANIA

Through the Development Corridors Partnership, researchers in the University of York, UK, WWF Tanzania, and Sokoine University of Agriculture – Tanzania worked in partnership with SAGCOT and diverse stakeholders across scales and sectors from the Kilombero cluster to envisage how the land may transform in the future under targeted investments, and other likely environmental and socio-economic changes, using participatory scenario planning.

The aim of this brochure is to share the main policy-relevant messages that can inform planning and land management, provide a broad overview of the methods used to gain these insights (i.e., scenario planning), and summarise the findings of these workshops.

SESSION SYNTHESIS: IUCN WORLD CONSERVATION CONGRESS

Blowing up the barriers: Delivering sustainable infrastructure in a rapidly changing world.

The IUCN World Conservation Congress hybrid in-person and virtual forum session(Sept 6, 2021) hosted by WWF, UNEP-WCMC, and the Development Corridors Partnership brought together experts from across public and private sectors to explore practical solutions to the complex challenges faced in the planning and implementation of sustainable infrastructure.

CLIMATE CHANGE BRIEF

Future climate change notes for the Southern Agricultural Growth Corridor of Tanzania

POLICY GUIDANCE DOCUMENT

This Guidance is intended to help bridge the gap between the worlds of scientific research
and public policy making. It provides some suggestions to help those more familiar with writing
scientific papers to convey their recommendations and advice to decision takers.

MAKING INFRASTRUCTURE RESOURCE EFFICIENT

In collaboration with UN Environment and the Sustainable Infrastructure Partnership, this brief identifies a critical need to decouple economic growth from the extraction and use of natural resources.

DESIGNING A PROCESS FOR ASSESSING CLIMATE RESILIENCE IN TANZANIA’S RUFIJI RIVER BASIN

The UMFULA research team of the Future Climate for Africa (FCFA) programme outlines their innovative approach to assess climate resilience in the Rufiji River Basin in Tanzania. This work was supported by funding from the Development Corridors Partnership.

STAKEHOLDER WORKSHOP REPORT

A workshop in Kenya brought together key stakeholders in development corridor planning to discuss the results of the scoping report on development corridors, learn from key government institutions and civil societies on their current and future activities, and to prioritise research and capacity needs for the project.

SCOPING STUDIES

These studies outline the current status of development corridors in Kenya and Tanzania. They form the basis for planning and implementation of the Development Corridors Partnership research programme. Informed by recent research activities, scoping work, and planning meetings, the reports outline our direction for research and capacity building.

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