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Helene Pans posted Information 20 May 2019

Community Forests Pemba 

Helene Pans posted Information 30 April 2019

The Pacific Resilience Week started yesterday evening with the launch of the exhibition at the Oceania Centre in Fiji.

Helene Pans posted Information 3 April 2019

The Dominican Republic, like other Small Island Developing States (SIDS), faces sustainable development challenges including the fragility of its ecosystems and environmental degradation. Exposed to man-made and natural threats, it is both highly vulnerable to climate change and very poor.

Helene Pans posted Information 3 April 2019

Dear GCCA+ Tanzania stakeholders,

Joanna Martin posted Information 27 March 2019

The report in both English and Kiswahili produced by Oikos East Africa and Oikos Istituto intends to share approaches, interventions, lessons learnt and results from the Eco-boma project in Arusha, which aimed at increasing the climate resilience of pastoralist communities in Northern Tanzania th

Helene Pans posted Information 19 March 2019

Climate change doesn’t always mean extreme events that leave behind mass destruction and chaos, it isn’t always loud, . Often it’s slow and spookily quiet. This is true for the people of Pakokku, in the dry zone of Myanmar.

Helene Pans posted Information 19 March 2019

The small Himalayan Buddhist kingdom of Bhutan’s development is highly dependent on climate-sensitive sectors such as agriculture, hydropower and forestry. The melting of the Himalayan glaciers increases the risk of flooding as well as water scarcity in the dry season.

Helene Pans posted Information 19 March 2019

Senegal’s Atlantic coast suffers from some of the worst erosion and rising sea levels in the world. Villages have already disappeared under the waves and hundreds of thousands of people risk becoming climate refugees.

 

Helene Pans posted Information 19 March 2019

Rural populations in Timor-Leste live in a particularly fragile agro-ecological context and a weak rural economy.

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