Reports

Listed below are a number of reports prepared for recent consultancy projects. Any reports that are publicly available may be downloaded from this page or via the links provided. If a report is not publicly available and you would like to see it, please contact me and I will let you know whether this is possible, depending on the conditions of the contract and the consent of the client.

Climate Change and Africa: An Overview for African Development Bank Senior Management. Nick Brooks, Alec Joubert, Katharine Vincent, Robert Byrne, and David Ockwell. 2011. For AfDB, in partnership with UEA International Development, Kulima Integrated Development Solutions, and the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research.

Climate Risk Assessment as a Tool for Adaptation Programming. Concept Note for UNDP. Nick Brooks. 2011. For UNDP.

A strategic approach to climate change in the context of water resource management in the Niger River Basin. The Scientific Context: A Review. Nick Brooks. 2011. Supporting Study for Goulden, M. and Few, R. 2011. Climate Change, Water and Conflict in the Niger River Basin, 70 pp. International Alert and University of East Anglia.

Climate, Development and Conflict in the Sahel: A Review. Nick Brooks. 2012. Supporting Study (updated) for Goulden, M. and Few, R. 2011. Climate Change, Water and Conflict in the Niger River Basin, 70 pp. International Alert and University of East Anglia. Download pdf here.

Moving On: Towards a Policy Framework for Addressing Climate Change and Migration. Nick Brooks and Alexandra Winkels. 2011. For UNDP

Red Sea Dead Sea Water Conveyance Feasibility Study: Climate Change Study.
Nick Brooks. 2010. For Tractebel Engineering.

Climate Change and Africa: A Review. Nick Brooks, Mike Harrison and Richard Washington. 2010. For AfDB, in partnership with the University of Oxford.

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