CARIAA’s insights refer to the specific effects of temperature increases in climate change hotspots.
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They are four of the more than one billion people living in hot spot regions — deltas, semi-arid lands, and glacier and snowpack-dependent river basins in Africa and Asia — that are most vulnerable to climate change.Published dateTuesday, 28. August 2018 - 12:30
Evaluation of climate change impact on extreme hydrological event : case study; Addis Ababa and surrounding catchment
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75% of populations living near wetlands have better food security, mainly through direct consumption of wetland products such as fish, vegetables and fruits, along with the use of wetlands for growing crops (rice, vegetables, coco yams and maize).Published date2013
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