Research Initiative on Water Resources and Adaptation to Climate Change in Asia
Cambodia Development Research Institute (CDRI)
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
January 2013 – April 2014
This project under the CGIAR Challenge Program on Water and Food aimed to produce credible scientific assessments of climate change adaptation options in the Tonle Sap region of Cambodia.
This research project aimed to strengthen collaboration between various stakeholders on shared water resources in Pursat Province, Cambodia. Multi-stakeholder platforms were used to facilitate dialogues on scientific information sharing, problem identification, setting priorities and planning for implementation of priority actions. Extensive background research ensured that dialogues were based on scientifically-defensible information and ensured social acceptance from a wide variety of stakeholders.
Hatfield provided training to other team members on key concepts of climate change and climate governance, wrote sections of various technical reports, and assisted in other tasks as required.