Daniel Morchain

Global Adviser, Climate Change Adaptation

Daniel has worked with local authorities, and smallholder farmers in developing and implementing strategies to adapt to climate change and to increase resilience. With Oxfam, he is global adviser on climate change adaptation and works on a number of initiatives around climate change adaptation, as well as gender justice, such as the Gendered Enterprise and Markets (GEM) initiative.

Before joining Oxfam, Daniel worked with the Stockholm Environment Institute and with ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability on climate change adaptation research and projects.

Daniel has a Master's degree in Environment Management and Policy from Lund University's International Institute for Industrial Environment Economics (IIIEE),Sweden and has completed postgraduate courses on resilience and climate change adaptation at the UN University in Japan.

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Coatline in the Outer Hebrides. Credit: Daniel Morchain/Oxfam

Home truths: climate change lessons from Britain’s shores

Sea level rise and  more frequent and intense storms have made the Outer Hebrides increasingly vulnerable to coastal flooding. Daniel Morchain recently travelled to the area to see how...