Sur le terrain

Pangani Basin, Tanzania

Implication des habitants du Pangani

Les effets du changement climatique commencent à se faire sérieusement sentir dans le bassin du Pangani en Tanzanie. La couronne de neige du Mont Kilimandjaro, qui surplombe ce bassin, fond rapidement et pourrait même disparaître complètement d'ici à 2025. Le débit d'eau du bassin a fortement diminué: on assiste donc à une contraction de l'offre alors que la demande reste importante, notamment pour l'irrigation. …   | English | Spanish

28 Oct 2009 | News story
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Tacaná River Basin

Une action au plus haut niveau

Dans les bassins versants de haute altitude des rivières Coatán et Suchiate, qui tracent la frontière du Guatemala et du Mexique, la dégradation de l'environnement et les changements climatiques aggravent le risque d’inondations-éclair dévastatrices causées par les tempêtes tropicales et les ouragans. …   | English | Spanish

28 Oct 2009 | News story

Mekong floods 2008

Voices from the field: Asia

IUCN talks to Geoff Blate, Climate Change Coordinator for WWF Greater Mekong about Ecosystem-based Adaptation in Asia’s Mekong River basin. WWF is a Member of IUCN. …  

28 Oct 2009 | News story

Zambian farmer Peter Malata and his family being interviewed about climate change

Eye witness: Zambia

Communities across Southern Africa are looking to new ways of coping with the impacts of climate change, mainly the droughts and floods which are disrupting their farming cycles and undermining their livelihoods. They are learning how to sustainably manage the natural resources that are critical to sustain them in uncertain conditions. …  

02 Nov 2009 | News story

Fishing on Lake Kosi in St Lucia, South Africa

Voices from the field: South Africa

Trevor Sandwith, Director of Biodiversity and Protected Areas Policy at The Nature Conservancy, an IUCN Member, talks about Ecosystem-based Adaptation in South Africa. …  

28 Oct 2009 | News story
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Participatory planning, Palo Blanco, Carchi, Ecuador

Corridors: routes for adaptation

In Ecuador, IUCN Member Corporación Grupo Randi-Randi is establishing conservation corridors which are helping both people and nature adapt to climate change. …  

29 Oct 2009 | News story