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Date of Publication: Jul 2012
Author: Jean-Pierre BEYA Dibue
En se référent aux différents modèles de simulation climatique, nous voulons montrer l’impact que peut avoir le changement climatique sur les ressources en eau en RDC à l’horizon 2100.
Date of Publication: Jul 2012
Author: Sabine Dorlöchter-Sulser
A contribution to adaptation and farmers´ resilience towards climate change in the Sahel
Date of Publication: Jun 2012
Author: Food and Agricultural Research and Extension Institute, Mauritius
L’arbre à pain appartient à la famille des Moracées et il est originaire des régions du Pacifique. La chair du fruit à pain est très riche en hydrate de carbone. Elle est aussi bien pourvue en...
Date of Publication: Jun 2012
Author: Beate Wörner
A highlevel summary explaining the conecepts and applications of climate smart agriculture.
Date of Publication: Jun 2012
Author: Sabine Dorlöchter-Sulser
Contribution à l’adaptation au changement climatique et à la résilience des producteurs au Sahel
Date of Publication: Jan 2012
Author: John Handmer (Australia)
Chapter 3 evaluates observed and projected changes in the frequency, intensity, spatial extent, and duration of extreme weather and climate events. This physical basis provides a picture of climate...
Date of Publication: Jan 2012
Author: African Soil Health Consortium
ASHC handbook for ISFM is a 156 page that provides a detailed explanation of ISFM principles as applied in a number of African countries. Commissioned by ASHC and produced by technical advisory group...
Date of Publication: Jan 2012
Author: Susan Cutter (USA)
Disasters occur first at the local level and affect local people. These localized impacts can then cascade to have national and international ramifications. As a result, the responsibility for...
Date of Publication: Jan 2012
Author: Padma Narsey Lal (Australia)
This chapter assesses how countries are managing current and projected disaster risks, given knowledge of how risks are changing with observations and projections of weather and climate extremes,...
Date of Publication: Jan 2012
Author: Ian Burton (Canada)
A need to cope with the risks associated with atmospheric processes (floods, droughts, cyclones, and so forth) has always been a fact of human life (Lamb, 1995). In more recent decades, extreme...
Date of Publication: Jan 2012
Author: Karen O’Brien (Norway)
This chapter focuses on the implications of changing climate extremes for development, and considers how disaster risk management and climate change adaptation together can contribute to a...
Date of Publication: Jan 2012
Author: Virginia Murray (UK)
In this chapter, case studies are used as examples of how to gain a better understanding of the risks posed by extreme weather and climate-related events while identifying lessons and best practices...
Date of Publication: Jan 2012
Author: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Annex I: Authors and expert reviewersAnnex II: Glossary of TermsAnnex III: AcronymsAnnex IV: List of Major IPCC Reports
Date of Publication: Jan 2012
Author: Simon K. Allen (Suisse)
Le Résumé à l’intention des décideurs reprend les principales conclusions du Rapport spécial sur la gestion des risques de catastrophes et de phénomènes extrêmes pour les besoins de l’...
Date of Publication: Jan 2012
Author: Simon K. Allen (Switzerland)
This Summary for Policymakers presents key findings from the Special Report on Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation (SREX). The SREX approaches the...

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