As global temperatures increase, more intense rainfall and more frequent droughts will have devastating effects on pastoral livelihoods. The aim of this study was to investigate pastoralists' perceptions on the impacts of climate variability on their livelihoods from 1971 to 2010. This study utilized household structured questionnaires. Statistical tests included t-test and Chi-square test (χ2). Statistically significant differences between the responses in strata 1 and 2 on the perceived trend of rainfall and floods towards the future were noted. This study recommends the strengthening of local institutions to be able to deal with impacts of climate variability and change.
Lelenguyah, Geoffrey L.; Kabochi, Samuel K.; and Biwot, John C.. "Pastoralists' Perception on the Trend of Various Climatic, Social and Environmental Variables in Baringo County, Kenya." Journal of Ecological Anthropology 18, no. 1 (2016): .
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