Ethiopia Reacts to ENACTS: How Climate Services Were Received in Lucy’s Birthplace

by |August 2nd, 2015

When I started my work at IRI, I had no idea what ENACTS was, how it was related to Ethiopia or how climate was related to health. That was in December 2014. But I quickly learned about it and by July 2015, I found myself riddled with vaccines and leading meetings in Ethiopia on how ENACTS and climate services could aid in decision-making and strategies for malaria elimination.

How Being a Climate Researcher is Like Being a Kid

by |July 19th, 2015

When you were young, your family and teachers sought to teach you many things. They showed you how to tie your shoes and told you touching a hot stove will burn your finger. And like a good kid, you listened obediently without question, right?