Agricultural production in vast regions of South East Asia will be lost in the coming decades as a result of flooding of extensive lowland landscapes. The main drivers of peatland destruction are palm oil and pulp for paper plantations that require drainage.
Ce rapport à mi parcours du projet «Adaptation aux Effets du Changement Climatique et de Développement des Énergies Renouvelables au Tchad» a été produit dans un souci de mieux faire connaitre les acquis du projet à la communauté AMCC +.
ECOBOMA is one of five projects which falls under GCCA Tanzania. The project has been carrying out ecological monitoring to assess the future viability of rangelands and consequently adapt to the effects of climate change.
This latest story from the field, produced in September 2018 about EcoACT, outlines how providing communities with access to quality declared seeds and improved livestock has transformed the lives of communities in central Tanzania.
The overall objective of GCCA Tanzania, funded by the European Union, is to strengthen the resilience of vulnerable Tanzanian rural communities against the adverse effects of climate change and to contribute towards poverty reduction.
This latest fact sheet produced in September 2018 about EcoACT outlines project details, expected results, achievements and next steps. The overall objective of GCCA Tanzania, funded by the European Union, is to strengthen the resilience of vulnerable Tanzanian rural communities against the adver