Name: Noah Makula Pauline
Institute of Resource Assessment
Position: Senior Lecturer
Current Summarised CV/Profile
Dr. Pauline is a Senior Lecturer and Researcher at the University of Dar es Salaam, Institute of Resources Assessment (IRA). He is an Environmental Scientist and holds a PhD in Climate Change Adaptation from the University of the Witwatersrand Johannesburg. He has over 15 years of experience in consulting and research in eastern and southern African Countries in areas of Environmental Assessment, Natural Resources Management and Climate Change Adaptation/Mitigation.
Level of Education where attained
Bachelor: SUA (Morogoro)
PhD: Witwatersrand (Johannesburg)
Specialised areas of teaching: Climate Change Action, Environmental Assessment (Environmental Impact Assessment and Strategic Environmental Assessment), Natural Resources Management
Research interests: Climate Change Action, Environmental Assessment (Environmental Impact Assessment and Strategic Environmental Assessment), Natural Resources Management
- Governing Adaptation Finance for Transformation, GAP. Funded by DANIDA
- Environmental Risk Management under increasing Extremes and Uncertainty”. Funded by NORAD
- Building Capacity to Crosslink Coastal Pollution with Climate Change_BC5. Funded by NORAD
- Climate change and ecosystems management in Malawi and Tanzania. Funded by NORAD
- The Role of Rural-Urban Linkages for Enhanced Climate Resilience in Rural Tanzania. Funded by DANIDA
Recent publications Journal Articles
- Rogers, P.M, Yanda, P.Z, Pauline, N.M., Haikola, S., Hansson, A. and Fridahl, M. (2022). Effects of Biochar on Soil Fertility and Crop Yields: Experience from the Southern Highlands of Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Science 48(2): 256-267
- *Rweyendela, A.G., Pauline, N.M & Lema, G.A. (2022): Strategic environmental assessment for low-carbon development: developing an analysis framework, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, DOI: 10.1080/09640568.2022.2074825
- *Venance, W.P. & Pauline, N.M. (2021). Assessment of Gender Roles in Climate Change Adaptation in Kisarawe, Tanzania. Journal of the Geographical Association of Tanzania, Vol. 41, No. 2: 41–58
- *Kulanga, S. G & Pauline, N. M. (2022). The Role of Agricultural Social Enterprise to Smallholder Farmers’ Adaptive Capacity to Climatic Stresses in Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Science, 48(1), 109–123. https://doi.org/10.4314/tjs.v48i1.10
- *Rubekie, A.P., Pauline, N.M., Kaaya, L.T. (2022): Coastal communities’ responses to climate change and variability impacts: a threat to coastal and marine resources?, Climate and Development, DOI: 10.1080/17565529.2021.2018984
- *Rogers, P.M., Fridahl, M., Yanda, P., Hansson, A., Pauline, N., Haikola, S. (2022) Socio-Economic Determinants for Biochar Deployment in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania. Energies, 15, 144. https://doi.org/10.3390/en15010144
- *Maliki, M.A., Pauline, N.M. (2022). Living and Responding to Climatic Stresses: Perspectives from Smallholder Farmers in Hanang’ District, Tanzania. Environmental Management, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00267-021-01588-2
- *Shaban, Y. and Pauline, N.M. (2022). Perceived Effective Adaptation Strategies against Climate Change Impacts: Perspectives of Maize Growers in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania. Environmental Management, https://doi.org/10.1007/s00267-021-01563-x.
- *Kibona, S.E,Pauline, N.M.and Hepelwa, A.S. (2021). Distribution of Adaptation Climate Finance in Africa Region. Tanzania Journal of Development Studies, 19(2) 132 – 147.
- *Nkumulwa, H.O. and Pauline, N.M. (2021). Role of Climate-Smart Agriculture in Enhancing Farmers’ Livelihoods and Sustainable Forest Management: A Case of Villages around Songe-Bokwa Forest, Kilindi District, Tanzania. Front. Sustain. Food Syst. 5:671419. doi: 10.3389/fsufs.2021.671419
- *Bakari, A.E. and Pauline, N.M. (2021). Trade-offs of Dolichos Lablab Production in the Context of the Changing Climate in Semi-arid Areas of Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 19(2):188-202.
- *Hansson, A., Simon Haikola, H., Fridahll, M., Yanda, P., Mabhuye, E., Pauline, N.M. (2021). Biochar as multi‑purpose sustainable technology: experiences from projects in Tanzania. Environ Dev Sustain, 23:5182–5214.
- *Hansson, A., Fridahl, M., Haikola, S., Yanda, P., Pauline, N.M. and Mabhuye, E. (2020). Preconditions for bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) in sub-Saharan Africa: the case of Tanzania.Environ Dev Sustain, 22:6851–6875.
- Magesa, B.A. and Pauline, N.M. (2019). Responses of water insecure coastal communities of Tanzania to climate change impacts. Is it incremental or transformative adaptation? Climate and Development, 11 (9): 745-754.
- Magesa, B.A. and Pauline, N.M. (2018). Analysis of adaptation strategies of water insecure coastal communities of Tanzania by gender: Case of Mlingotini village in Bagamoyo district. Journal of the Geographical Association of Tanzania
- Pauline, N.M. and Grab, S. (2018). Whose knowledge matters in climate change adaptation? Perceived and measured rainfall trends during the last half century in south-western Tanzania. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography.39 (2): 266–280.
- Wassie, A.S. and Pauline, N.M. (2018). Evaluating Smallholder Farmers’ Preferences of Climate Smart Agricultural Practices in Tehuledere District, Northeastern Ethiopia. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography.39 (2) 300–316.
- Pauline, N.M. (2017). Understanding the Vulnerability of Crop Production to Climatic Stresses in the Great Ruaha River sub-Basin of Tanzania.Journal of the Geographical Association of Tanzania.Vol 38, No 1
- Tumbo, E.H. and Pauline, N.M. (2017). The Role of Community Based Adaptation in Response to Extreme Rainfall Events in Coastal Communities of Tanzania. Journal of the Geographical Association of Tanzania. Vol 38, No 1.
- Pauline, N.M., Vogel, C., Grab, S. and Liwenga, E.T. (2017). Smallholder farmers in the Great Ruaha River sub-Basin of Tanzania: coping or adapting to rainfall variability? Climate and Development. 9(3): 217–230.
- Kassim R. Mussa, Josephat A. Saria, Lughano J.M. Kusiluka, Noorali T. Jiwaji, Brown Gwambene, Noah M. Pauline, Nangware K. Msofe, Juma A. Tegeje, Innocent Messo, Sixbert S. Mwanga (2015). Eliciting Smallholder Farmers’ Tradeoffs and Preferences on the Attributes of Climate Smart Agriculture in the Breadbasket Areas of Tanzania Using a Conjoint Experiment Method. International Journal of Environmental Protection and Policy. Vol. 3. No. 6, 2015, pp. 188-193.
- *Temba, P., Pauline, N.M. and Ndaki, P. (2020). Living and Responding to Climate Variability and Change among Coffee and Banana Farmers in the Highlands of Moshi Rural District, Tanzania. In: Climate Change Impacts and Sustainability, Ecosystems of Tanzania. Yanda, P., Mung'ong'o, C. and Mabhuye, E. (Eds). CABI Climate Change Series.
- *Wassie, A.S. and Pauline, N.M. (2020). Effectiveness of Existing Climate Smart Agricultural Practices in Tehuledere District, Northeastern Ethiopia. In: Climate Change Impacts and Sustainability, Ecosystems of Tanzania. Yanda, P., Mung'ong'o, C. and Mabhuye, E. (Eds). CABI Climate Change Series.
Membership and Registration
Professional: Registered Environmental Impact Assessment and Environmental Audit Expert by the National Environment Management Council (NEMC)