Climate Change, Foreign Assistance, and Development: What Future for Ethiopia?
Author(s): Christopher Paul, Erika Weinthal, Courtney Harrison
Published: August 2012
Alongside the persistent challenges of poverty and rural subsistence, many low-income countries such as Ethiopia face new problems brought by climate change and surging global economic activities. This paper by Duke University researchers examines the combined impacts of global climate change and the changing nature of donor assistance in Africa on economic development broadly and food security through the example of Ethiopia.