Abstract: "This article examines challenges to food security in areas especially vulnerable to the effects of climate variability and change, and the potential contribution of seasonal climate forecasting. Drawing on long-term study of the way environmental information is developed and circulates, and on recent fieldwork in Western Kenya, the article describes how climate variability exacerbates food insecurity; the kinds of climate information that are now being developed; and the kinds of technologies, organizations, and expertise that will be needed if new forms of climate information are to benefit vulnerable populations. Findings indicate that new forms of expertise need to be developed at all scales, and that linkage among stakeholders and between organizations functioning at different scales will be a considerable challenge."
AO: This 2010 article by Marie Rarieya and Kim Fortun highlights that new forms of expertise need to be developed at all scales to deal with increased vulnerabilties in Kenya to climate variability and change.
Marie Rarieya and Kim Fortun, "Rarieya, Marie, and Kim Fortun. 2010. “Food Security and Seasonal Climate Information: Kenyan Challenges.” Sustainability Science 5 (1): 99–114.", contributed by Angela Okune, STS Infrastructures, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 6 August 2018, accessed 26 November 2022. http://www.stsinfrastructures.org/content/rarieya-marie-and-kim-fortun-2010-“food-security-and-seasonal-climate-information-kenyan