Garama 3C Ltd was established in 2012 to provide consultancy and training services to clients who need to consider the implications of climate change in their planning and operations. Our clients to date have included the UK Department for International Development (DFID), the African Development Bank, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the Governments of Cambodia and Mozambique, and a variety of private sector and research organisations involved in the implementation of development programmes.
Our training courses have focused heavily on the mainstreaming of climate change adaptation into development planning, and the monitoring and evaluation of adaptation effectiveness. We have run regular training courses on these topics at our office in Norwich, UK since 2013, and more recently at the University of East Anglia. We have also delivered tailored versions of these courses for governments, the private sector, and individual development programmes.
We are currently expanding our range of training courses to include climate finance, mitigation and low-carbon development, and global climate science and policy. We are increasingly focusing on ‘transformational adaptation‘ in our adaptation training.
If you are interested in any of our courses, or in tailored training services in any area of climate change, please contact us using the form on the contact page, via the above menu.
The image above is of the Wadi al-Ajal in southern Libya, from the ruins of ancient Garama, from which we take our name. Garama was the capital of the Garamantian Tribal Confederation, the Sahara’s first indigenous urban civilisation, which emerged through a process of adaptation to severe climatic and environmental change as the Sahara dried out. See this article on the Garamantes and transformational adaptation on the main Garama website.