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.
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.
A two-day workshop held in Arusha, Tanzania on 28 and 29 March 2019 brought together five eco-village projects across Tanzania to share experiences and lessons learned from the Global Climate Change Alliance Tanzania Plus Initiative funded by the European Union.
Organised byHeifer International, through the GCCA Tanzania programme funded by the European Union
The webinar which starts at 12 noon East African Time (EAT) will showcase activities and lessons learned from five eco-villages situated in varied agri-ecological zones in Tanzania. The eco-villages fall under the European Union funded Global Climate Change Alliance.