CARIAA’s insights refer to the specific effects of temperature increases in climate change hotspots.
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NewsEnvironment Climate changePublished dateWednesday, 12. December 2018 - 15:00
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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
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Accelerating Climate Action: Social Equity and Empowerment of Women and Girls builds on IDRC’s history as a key development fundPublished dateWednesday, 7. March 2018 - 12:00
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Starting this year, IDRC will support the development of a new university program in water science and policy, and the Centre will provide new fellowships to emerging women leaders.Published dateFriday, 23. February 2018 - 16:00
Statistical handbook on baseline survey : part 1; data tables; (Focus City Programme : Community based Assessment and Improvement of Living Environment in USSs and Environs; the case of Gothamipura, Colombo)Published dateFriday, January 2, 2009 - 00:00
Accès Eau: Enhanced Water Access for Bio-diversity Conservation and Community Well-being on the Mahafaly Plateau, Madagascar
The Mahafaly Plateau in southwestern Madagascar has a high rate of poverty and some of the lowest rainfall in the country.
At the beginning of this century, gibbons could have travelled from China to Singapore by swinging from tree to tree. The past 50 years, however, have seen the forests of Southeast Asia largely disappear.Publication DateFriday, January 1, 1999
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