Ced Hesse

Principal researcher, Climate Change; team leader, climate resilience, productivity and equity in the drylands

Ced Hesse is the principal researcher on Drylands within the Climate Change Group of the International Institute for Environment and Development work.

In this capacity I’m currently responsible for a portfolio of research and capacity-building work on climate resilience, productivity and equity in the drylands of Kenya, Mali, Senegal and Tanzania. Working with local and national government institutions, universities and civil society, the work
focuses on mainstreaming climate in development planning, conducting research on the total economic value of dryland livelihoods and trainings on the dynamics of dryland ecosystems, economies and institutions. click here for more….(http://www.iied.org/users/ced-hesse)