Published by: UNEP ; 2012
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ISBN (or other code): 978-87-92706-60-7This document presents a range of experiences, publications and organisations involved in the strategies used to build capacities for climate change adaptation in the Latin American region, by: (i) improving natural resource conservation; (ii) providing access to new technologies; (iii) capturing traditional knowledge and practices; and (iv) maintaining water resources and agrobiodiversity. It concludes with lessons that could prove useful to other mountain regions of the world.
Published by: Soluciones Prácticas - Oficina Regional para América Latina ; 2012
Strengthening capacities for climate change adaptation in mountain ecosystems: the Latin American response
This document presents a range of experiences, publications and organisations involved in the strategies used to build capacities for climate change adaptation in the Latin American region, by: (i) improving natural resource conservation; (ii) providing access to new technologies; (iii) capturing traditional knowledge and practices; and (iv) maintaining water resources and agrobiodiversity. It concludes with lessons that could prove useful to other mountain regions of the world.
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Tags: Climate ; Capacity development ; Climate change ; Adaptation ; Mountain ; Agroclimatology ; Food Safety ; Water ; Latin America ; Region III - South America ; Region IV - North America, Central America and the Caribbean Add tagThis report reviews the interventions of the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) that have strong implications for increasing resilience and reducing vulnerability to natural disasters, and it aims at improving the understanding of how Sida has worked with these issues so far and how the work can be further strengthened. The report combines findings from a mapping phase with more in-depth analysis of resilience initiatives related to climate change adaptation, agriculture and water hazards.
Published by: SIDA ; 2012
This report reviews the interventions of the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) that have strong implications for increasing resilience and reducing vulnerability to natural disasters, and it aims at improving the understanding of how Sida has worked with these issues so far and how the work can be further strengthened. The report combines findings from a mapping phase with more in-depth analysis of resilience initiatives related to climate change adaptation, agriculture and water hazards.
Format: Digital (Free)Warner Koko; CARE France ; Center for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN); et al. - UNU, 2012This report explores the interrelationships among rainfall variability, food and livelihood security, and human mobility in a diverse set of research sites in eight countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America. While climate change affects nearly all aspects of food security – from production and availability, to the stability of food supplies, access to food, and food utilization – the Rainfalls research focuses on linkages between shifting rainfall patterns and food production and the stability of food supplies.
Published by: UNU ; 2012
This report explores the interrelationships among rainfall variability, food and livelihood security, and human mobility in a diverse set of research sites in eight countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America. While climate change affects nearly all aspects of food security – from production and availability, to the stability of food supplies, access to food, and food utilization – the Rainfalls research focuses on linkages between shifting rainfall patterns and food production and the stability of food supplies.
Format: Digital (Free)This study examines the innovative adaptive measures used by farmers in northern Nigeria to respond to the effects of climate change. Quantitative and qualitative approaches (rapid rural appraisal, focus group discussions and semi-structured interviews) were used to gather information from 500 farmers. The findings indicate that 84 per cent and 79 per cent of the farmers were aware and knowledgeable of climate change issues, respectively, while 81 per cent of them noted that they had experienced climate change incidences. The paper highlights adaptive measures used by the farmers in northern N ...
Published by: AJOL ; 2012
Farmers' adaptation initiatives to the impact of climate change on agriculture in northern Nigeria: In Journal of Agricultural Extension, Vol. 16 (1), June 2012
This study examines the innovative adaptive measures used by farmers in northern Nigeria to respond to the effects of climate change. Quantitative and qualitative approaches (rapid rural appraisal, focus group discussions and semi-structured interviews) were used to gather information from 500 farmers. The findings indicate that 84 per cent and 79 per cent of the farmers were aware and knowledgeable of climate change issues, respectively, while 81 per cent of them noted that they had experienced climate change incidences. The paper highlights adaptive measures used by the farmers in northern Nigeria, including: changes in planting and harvesting dates, multiple cropping, intensive manure application, shift to different sites and use of wetland/river valley (fadama) for farming. The study concludes that there is a need for the government to make concrete efforts to enact appropriate policies on climate change adaptation and assist local farmers to improve their resilience.
Format: Digital (Free)In Latin America, as in Africa and Asia, 15-25% of the population lives in semi-arid areas, mostly in small isolated rural communities that are often the most severely affected by climate change. Strategies employed to build adaptive capacity in Brazil’s semi-arid areas focused on improved water supply, management and use, while at the same time promoting access to technology and improved production techniques, all with a focus on knowledge sharing and multi-level collaboration. The lessons from Brazil’s response will be useful for policymakers and community organisations in other semi-arid re ...
PermalinkIndia Government, 2012This bilingual guide book highlights that we can't avoid future earthquakes, but preparedness and safe building construction practices can certainly reduce the extend of damage and loss. To take necessary action it is mandatory for every citizen to have elementary knowledge of earthquake, forces acting on structures, remedial measures to be taken for structural safety and knowledge of do's and don'ts before, during and after an earthquake.
This guide will serve as a reference tools to sensitize citizens about the issues of concerning preparedness measures for an earthquake.
PermalinkWorld Bank, 2012This report presents an extensive review of the World Bank’s experience dealing with climate variability and climate change, offering valuable lessons on adaptation efforts worldwide. It answers questions in three areas: (i) dealing with climate variability; (ii) factoring climate change risks into investment projects; and (iii) anticipating climate change. In addition to this learning-focused agenda, the evaluation also asks how the Bank Group has performed against climate adaptation goals of the Bank Group’s Strategic Framework for Development and Climate Change (FY09-11).
The evalua ...
PermalinkThe report analyses the effects of climate change on U.S. agriculture on the basis of research needs categorized within a vulnerability framework addressing specific actions that would improve understanding of the exposure, sensitivity and adaptive capacity to: (i) improve projections of future climate conditions, including extreme temperatures, precipitation, and related variables; (ii) evaluate and develop process-level understanding of the sensitivity of plant and animal production systems; and (iii) develop and extend the knowledge, management strategies and tools needed by U.S. agricultur ...
PermalinkRecent food crises and growing concerns about global climate change have placed agriculture on top of the international agenda. Decision-makers have recognised the strong link between the dual goals of eradicating hunger and making agriculture sustainable. Achieving these goals will require a significant increase in agricultural investment but, more importantly, it will require improving the quality of this investment. This annual flagship report by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) reviews the economic and social rationale for agricultural investment, examines the causes of underinv ...
PermalinkAdapting to climate change is not a new phenomenon for the Arab world. For thousands of years, the people in Arab countries have coped with the challenges of climate variability by adapting their survival strategies to changes in rainfall and temperature. Their experience has contributed significantly to the global knowledge on climate change and adaptation. But over the next century global climatic variability is predicted to increase, and Arab countries may well experience unprecedented extremes in climate. Temperatures may reach new highs, and in most places there may be a risk of less rain ...
PermalinkThe indigenous cloud forests in the Taita Hills, Kenya, have suffered substantial degradation due to agricultural expansion. Currently, only one per cent of the original forested area remains preserved. Furthermore, climate change imposes an imminent threat for local economy and environmental sustainability. In such circumstances, elaborating tools to conciliate socio-economic growth and natural resources conservation is an enormous challenge. This article aims to tackle essential aspects for understanding the ongoing agricultural activities in the area and their environmental consequences. An ...
PermalinkGerman Government, 2012This publication aims to pinpoint commonalities between disaster risk management and adaptation to climate change. It describes the experience gathered from German development cooperation’s work in seven countries, which we see as a stimulus to aim for more effective and efficient interaction between the two fields and to work towards a significant reduction of risk in our partner countries by implementing risk management measures adapted to the respective conditions.
PermalinkCrop production must meet the demands of feeding a growing population in an increasingly degraded environment amid uncertainties resulting from climate change. there is a pressing need to adapt farming systems to meet these challenges. one of agriculture’s greatest assets in meeting them is nature itself: many of the ecosystem services provided by nature – such as nutrient cycling, pest regulation and pollination – directly contribute to agricultural production. the healthy functioning of these ecosystem services ensures the sustainability of agriculture as it intensifies to meet growing deman ...
PermalinkThornton Philip K.; CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) - CCAFS, 2012
PermalinkThornton P.; CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) - CCAFS, 2012^An analysis of the effects of climate change on 22 critical agricultural commodities and three important natural resources in the developing world reveals a number of cross-cutting themes: The world’s agricultural systems face an uphill struggle in feeding a projected nine to ten billion people by 2050. Climate change introduces a significant hurdle in this struggle.
- Securing and maintaining necessary levels of calories, protein and nutrients for populations around the world will be an exceptional challenge.
- Recalibrating agriculture in the face of climate change is more t ...
PermalinkClimate ExChange is a fully illustrated 250-page book with over 100 authors relating their work in weather, climate and water services at international, regional, national and local levels. The commentaries draw upon experiences around the world reflecting how people are using climate information to improve their lives. Climate ExChange reflects the progress and challenges in these fields, highlighting good practices in a wide variety of societies and disciplines.
PermalinkAlthough poverty remains widespread in south Asia and sub-Saharan Africa, substantial progress has been made especially in the past three decades. Nevertheless, this report stresses that climate change is likely to reduce agricultural productivity, which will directly affect poor people's livelihood assets including health, access to water and other natural resources, homes and infrastructure. Increasing climatic variability will make poor households even more vulnerable to extreme weather conditions, which could in turn exacerbate the incidence, severity and persistence of poverty in developi ...
PermalinkThis study predicts the potential impacts that climate change will have on the production of maize and beans, the two most important food crops in Central America. Using state-of-the-art climate models and GIS tools, agronomic research and socio-economic analyses, it makes recommendations to climate change adaptation strategies tailored to El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua. The results of the study are intended to fill a critical gap in the knowledge of the impacts of climate change on maize/bean production in Central America, in order for stakeholders to shift from a position of ...
PermalinkChaudhury M.; Kristjanson Patty; Kyagazze Florence; et al. - Climate Change Agriculture Food Security, 2012The researchers investigated if and how farming practices are being modified to deal with a changing environment, and the constraints and opportunities these changes pose for both men and women. The field research covered three main research priorities for the CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Climate Change (CCAFS), relating to the climate change, agricultural development and food security ‘nexus’: How to enable farmers, both men and women, to visit farms of the future, i.e. visit climate analogue sites; How to ensure equality in access and usage of seasonal weather fo ...
PermalinkAgriculture is highly sensitive to climate variability and weather extremes. Various impact studies have considered the effects of projected long-run trends in temperature, precipitation and carbon dioxide concentrations caused by climate change on global food production and prices. However, according to this study, an area that remains underexplored is the food price impacts that may result from an expected increase in the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events. The study uses a global dynamic multi-region computable general equilibrium (CGE) model to explore the potential food pri ...
PermalinkThe document attempts to distil what is currently known about the likely impacts of climate change on the commodities and natural resources that comprise the mandate of CGIAR and its 15 Centres. It was designed as one background document for a review carried out by the High Level Panel of Experts on Food Security and Nutrition (HLPE) at the behest of the UN Committee on World Food Security (CFS) on what is known about the likely effects of climate change on food security and nutrition, with a focus on the most affected and vulnerable regions and populations. A total of 25 summaries covering 22 ...
PermalinkUNESCO, 2012This collection of papers, presented at the symposium ‘Climate change, water stress, conflict and migration’ held on 21 September 2011 in the Netherlands, highlight how climate change, water stress and other environmental problems threaten human security. For example, the paper by Muniruzzaman ilustrates how water ignores political and community boundaries, and how decisions in one place can significantly affect water use elsewhere. India’s plans to build more dams could, for instance, have devastating affects for Pakistan’s agricultural productivity which is highly dependent on water supply f ...
PermalinkIslamic Relief Worldwide, 2012This report shows the positive difference Islamic Relief Worldwide is beginning to make in the area of disaster risk reduction (DRR) by highlighting how village disaster committees and earthworks to raise people’s houses have reduced the impact of seasonal flooding in north-western Bangladesh. It shows how irrigated vegetable growing and microfinance loans for small businesses are helping former pastoralists to build new livelihoods in north-eastern Kenya that are less vulnerable to drought. It provides evidence that being better prepared can save money as well as lives and shows that it can b ...
PermalinkSince the Global Conference on Climate Change, Food Security and Agriculture held at the Hague in 2010, the concept of climate-smart agriculture (CSA) has gained increasing attention at international and national levels, with several countries initiating related activities. The objective of this paper is to highlight recent experiences with country-level implementation of CSA to identify some key lessons to incorporate in ongoing efforts to expand the use of the approach in developing countries. Section 1 describes the evolution of the concept of CSA since the Hague conference. Section 2 i ...
PermalinkAgriculture has to address simultaneously three intertwined challenges: ensuring food security through increased productivity and income, adapting to climate change and contributing to climate change mitigation. To accomplish this, food systems have to become, at the same time, more efficient and resilient, at every scale from the farm level to the global level. Radical changes are needed in agricultural and food systems. These changes can play an essential role in greening the economy and contributing to sustainable development. This paper considers the intertwined challenges of food sec ...
PermalinkQueensland’s climate is already changing and is likely to change further in the future, posing significant risks for the state. The next chapter of the climate story is about how Queenslanders, and Australians, can find solutions that minimise the risks of climate change while providing extra benefits for our health, community, economy and environment.
PermalinkBhutan is classified as one of the forty-eight least developed countries with farmers comprising more than two-thirds of its total population. The agriculture sector, which is a significant contributor to the country’s gross domestic product, has been vulnerable to extreme climate events in recent decades. As an effort to address the potential challenges it will face under climate change, this thesis projects the yields of three primary crops grown in Bhutan, rice, wheat and maize, for the period 2030 to 2050, based on climate projections by the PRECIS regional climate model.
In this st ...
PermalinkContinued population growth, urbanization and rising incomes are likely to continue to put pressure on food demand. International prices for most agricultural commodities are set to remain at 2010 levels or higher, at least for the next decade (OECD-FAO, 2010). Small-scale producers in many developing countries were not able to reap the benefits of high food prices during the 2007-2008 food price crises. Yet, this upward food price trend could have been an opportunity for them to increase their incomes and food security. The opportunity that high food prices could have provided as a pat ...
PermalinkThis analysis suggests that climate change will affect us all sooner than we expected. The aim of the report is to encourage further debate and instigate action among policy makers and business leaders.
PermalinkThe consequences of climate change for agriculture and food security in developing countries are of serious concern. Due to their reliance on rain-fed agriculture, both as a source of income and consumption, many low-income countries are considered to be the most vulnerable to climate change. This paper estimates the impact of climate change on food security in Tanzania. Representative climate projections are used in calibrated crop models to predict crop yield changes for 110 districts in the country. The results are in turn imposed on a highly-disaggregated, recursive dynamic economy-wide mo ...
PermalinkADB, 2012On 12 July 2012, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Plus Three intergovernmental agreement establishing the ASEAN Plus Three Emergency Rice Reserve (APTERR) entered into force. In this paper, lead author Roehlano Briones, a senior research fellow at the Philippine Institute for Development Studies, assesses the effectiveness of APTERR as a mechanism for addressing food security in light of the rising challenges of climate change and price volatility. Using Riceflow, a model of the global rice economy, he studies the possible impacts of APTERR releases on the rice market by simu ...
PermalinkThe Management for Adaptation to Climate Change (MACC) project in Malawi is implemented by Total Land Care (TLC) with funding from the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Malawi and a 5 years time frame from 2008 to mid 2013. The key objectives of the project are to reduce deforestation, to improve household food security and incomes, and to develop rural-based enterprises. The review team found the project in line with Malawian as well as Norwegian development policy. TLC also has an extensive and good cooperation with Malawian NGOs as well as with international organisations, both in Malawi and abroa ...
PermalinkThis report analyses the connected problem of food security and climate change. It observes that a social vulnerability lens is essential to understand why certain individuals, households or communities experience differences in food insecurity risks, even when they are in the same geographic region. Examples of strategies for community-based adaptation include improving water management practices, adopting practices to conserving soil moisture, organic matter and nutrients, and setting up community-based seeds and grain banks. The report includes the following recommendations: integrate food ...
PermalinkThis study investigates the choice of occupational focus versus diversification between household members in rural Bangladesh as an autonomous and proactive adaptation strategy against ex ante local rainfall variability risks. The analysis combines nationally representative household level survey data with historical climate variability information at the Upazila level. The authors note that flood prone Upazilas may face reduced risks from local rainfall variability as compared with non-flood prone Upazilas. They find that two members of the same household are less likely to be self-employed i ...
PermalinkPermalinkWorld Bank, 2012The purpose of this report is to improve the knowledge base for facilitating investments in land management technologies that sequester soil organic carbon. While there are many studies on soil carbon sequestration, there is no single unifying volume that synthesizes knowledge on the impact of different land management practices on soil carbon sequestration rates across the world. A meta-analysis was carried out to provide soil carbon sequestration rates in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. This is one important element in decision-making for sustainable agricultural intensification, agro-ecosy ...
PermalinkTogether, both women and men play a significant role in safeguarding food security. It is important to understand their respective roles and responsibilities to ensure that they benefit equally from climate-smart agriculture practices. However, insufficient research has been undertaken to understand how they are adapting to climate change, mitigating emissions and maintaining food security. To address the gap, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations and CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security have jointly come up with this training guide. Its ...
PermalinkStarting with an overview of the concept of climate change, the course then looks at its impact on food security. After examining strategies for mitigating or adapting to the effects of climate change, it suggests concrete ways to make sure agriculture is “climate smart”.
The course is aimed at policy makers and people working in development agencies, who need to better understand how climate change affects agriculture and food systems, and what concrete actions can be taken.
The course also includes face to face training materials, such as exercises, trainer’s no ...
PermalinkGood climate projections for agriculture can help guide investments in risk management and adaptation. New reports offer insights into the reliability of future climate projections for agriculture, and show how to make the most of current data.
PermalinkThis scoping report provides context and analysis for addressing agriculture in international climate negotiations with the aim of informing climate negotiators and other stakeholders of different options and unpacking issues of interest. It observes that agriculture is characterised by a number of special features that distinguish it from other sectors, like producing food and meeting basic survival needs. Its context and site-specific nature makes uniform strategies and solutions ineffective and, unlike other sectors, it is directly affected by climate change. Therefore, it has adaptation ne ...
PermalinkThis report summarises current knowledge of the anticipated impacts of climate change on water availability for agriculture. It examines the implications for local and national food security and the methods and approaches for assessing climate change impacts on water and agriculture. It emphasises the need for a closer alignment between water and agricultural policies and makes the case for immediate implementation of ‘no-regrets’ strategies which have both positive development outcomes and make agricultural systems resilient to future impacts.
PermalinkThe study objective of evaluating and costing the most suitable climate change adaptation measures responding to the Rwandan Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy, 2008-2012, in which climate change and its adverse impacts were recently identified as a high priority. The EDPRS highlights the establishment of criteria for secure settlements in the areas that are exposed to meteorological hazards, as well as the development and implementation of early warning systems to improve drought and food security. This study has particularly focused on coffee and banana farming systems and a ...
PermalinkThe objective of this report is to catalyse thinking about the ways in which agriculture – which has a vital role in global food security, development and natural resources use – can and must be fully integrated into national strategies and a consensus-based multilateral framework to address the challenges of climate change. The report brings forth questions that will occupy the world community over the next decade or more regarding the role of agriculture in climate change adaptation and mitigation. The report offers some answers and concrete proposals – while recognizing that much more needs ...
PermalinkThe Pacific island governments view climate change as a priority issue, especially in terms of its potential impacts on food security, but need clear directions in addressing both issues. Their agricultural production until the mid-1990s, has been stagnant for the last 45 years, and per capita agricultural production has declined in all countries. This report examines the issues of food security and climate change in the Pacific and the contributing factors based on the Pacific food security framework. It suggests focal areas of assistance for the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and other donors ...
Permalinkis an issue of Időjárás. HMS, 2010Contents:
- Applications of agroclimatic indices and process oriented crop simulation models in European agriculture / Josef Eitzinger, Sabina Thaler, Simone Orlandini, Pavol Nejedlik, Valentin Kazandjiev, Tor Hakon Sivertsen, and Dragutin Mihailovic
- Coupled land-air parameterization scheme (LAPS) and nonhydrostatic mesoscale model (NMM) for use in agricultural planning /Dragutin T. Mihailovic and Branislava Lalic
- Brief surveying and discussing of drought indices used in agricultural meteorology /Zoltán Dunkel
- Secular trend analysis of growing degree-days in ...
PermalinkADB, 2009This report, published by the Asian Development Bank, examines the economics of climate change in Southeast Asia. The report focuses on Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam in particular. It is found that the region is particularly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change due to its heavily populated coastal areas and its reliance on agriculture. Therefore, Southeast Asia will be required to undertake a relatively high proportion of adaptation measures. It is also argued that the region has a great deal of potential in terms of climate change mitigation and the regio ...
PermalinkThis book presents historical evidence of the linkages between climate and food security and the current challenges climate change poses on world food security. It argues that changing climatic conditions are projected to affect food security from the local to the global level as the unpredictability of weather conditions increases. It calls for new policy driven options to address the emerging challenges of attaining improved food security.
PermalinkMuch like developing countries, indigenous peoples the world over are among the least responsible for climate change, yet they are expected to be some of those most blighted by its effects. This case study from Guyana focuses on Amerindian women in agriculture and examines the impact of natural disasters and climate change on their cassava production.The case study also illustrates how local populations have learnt to adjust to climatic changes which have been accepted as normal, natural processes.
PermalinkA la demande des Directeurs des Services Météorologiques d’Afrique de l’Ouest, le Gouvernement du Royaume d’Espagne a bien voulu financer un projet dans le domaine de l’agrométéorologie d’un intérêt avéré pour l’ensemble des pays concernés. Le projet ciblé pour cette première se fixe comme objectif, la sensibilisation du monde rural (paysans, éleveurs, maraîchers…) sur les changements climatiques et ses manifestations dans leur terroir et le rôle des services météorologiques dans le développement et la sécurisation de l’agriculture. Cette sensibilisation devait se faire au moyen de séminaires ...
PermalinkOrganisation météorologique mondiale (OMM); Agencia Estatal de Meteorología (AEMET); République du Niger - OMM, 2009Les séminaires itinérants pour les paysans sur le Temps, le Climat et l’Agriculture au Niger se sont tenus en décembre 2008 et janvier 2009. Rappelons que l’idée de ces rencontres découle d’une proposition faite lors de la réunion des Directeurs des Services Météorologiques et Hydrologiques Nationaux d’Afrique de l’Ouest tenue à Las Palmas, Espagne en octobre 2007. Ainsi à travers une première réunion des experts en Agrométéorologie de 5 pays du Sahel (Niger, Burkina Faso, Mali, Mauritanie et Sénégal) tenue à Niamey en avril 2008, cette proposition a été analysée à fond et des stratégie ...
PermalinkEn réponse à une demande des Directeurs des Services Météorologiques et Hydrologiques Nationaux d’Afrique du Nord et de l’Ouest lors de leur rencontre tenue à Las Palmas en Espagne, du 17 au 19 octobre 2000, l’Organisation Météorologique Mondiale (OMM) et de l’Agence Etatique pour la Météorologie espagnole (AEMET) ont financé l’organisation de séminaires itinérants pour les paysans sur les temps et le climat en Afrique de l’Ouest.
Ces séminaires avaient pour objectifs de constituer un cadre de dialogue entre les Services Météorologiques et Hydrologiques Nationaux et les agriculteurs dan ...
PermalinkL’idée de ces séminaires itinérants découle d’une proposition faite lors de la réunion des Directeurs des Services Météorologiques et Hydrologiques Nationaux d’Afrique de l’Ouest tenue à Las Palmas, Espagne en octobre 2007. Ainsi à travers une première réunion des experts en Agrométéorologie de 5 pays du Sahel (Niger, Burkina Faso, Mali, Mauritanie et Sénégal) tenue à Niamey en avril 2008, cette proposition a été analysée à fond et des stratégies pour sa mise en œuvre ont été identifiées. Ensuite un atelier d’échange a réuni en septembre 2008 à Bamako les points focaux pour l’organisati ...
Permalinkis an issue of Climate Research. Inter-Research, 2006CR SPECIAL 16 is based on the results of the international Climate Prediction and Agriculture (CLIMAG) program initiated in 1999. The program is aimed at improving the use of climate information for the benefit of smallholder farmers in developing countries, by helping them to anticipate and adapt to climate extremes.
Permalinkis an issue of Nouvelles du climat mondial. OMM, 2006Contient:
- Faire face à la variabilité et à l’évolution du climat
- Temps, climat et maladies infectieuses
- L’élévation du niveau de la mer
- Le trou d’ozone 2005 entre dans les annales
- Levée des incertitudes et gestion des risques face aux changements climatiques
- COP-7 de la CCD
- Nouveaux directeurs aux questions climatiques à l’OMM
- La gestion des risques climatiques dans le secteur agricole
- Préparatifs de l’Année polaire internationale
- Les concentrations de gaz à effet de serre ont atteint de nouveaux records ...
Permalinkis an issue of World Climate News. WMO, 2006Contents:
- Living with climate variability and change
- Climate and infectious disease risks
- Homing in on rising sea levels
- 2005 ozone hole one of largest
- Addressing uncertainties and risk management in climate change
- COP-7 of UNCCD
- New climate-related directors at WMO
- Managing climate risk in agriculture
- International Polar Year update
- Greenhouse gas concentrations reach new highs in 2004
- NewWebsite for WHYCOS
- Seasonal forecasts and risk management
- GEOSS update
- Tackling ...
PermalinkOrganisation météorologique mondiale (OMM); Programme des Nations Unies pour l'environnement (PNUE); Conseil International pour la Science (ICSU); et al. - OMM, 2006Le but de cette conférence était de réunir un large échantillon d’utilisateurs et de fournisseurs d'informations sur le climat pour identifier les lacunes et les besoins en matière d'observation et de services climatologiques dans le but d’atteindre les OMD. Les participants ont examiné plusieurs documents: une analyse des lacunes établie du point de vue des utilisateurs, qui évalue les améliorations à apporter à la fourniture d'informations et de services climatologiques aux utilisateurs de divers secteurs et aux décideurs pour permettre une meilleure gestion des risques climatiques, et deux ...
PermalinkWorld Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; Gringof I.G.; Mersha E.; et al. - WMO, 2006 (WMO/TD-No. 1343)Report of the Joint Rapporteurs on the Impact of Agrometeorological Advisories and Information on Operational Aspects of Forestry Planning, with Emphasis on Wildland Fire Ecology, Including the Use of Prescribed Fire in Rangelands and Forests Preventing and Combating Wildfires in Forests and Rangelands.
PermalinkReport of the Joint Rapporteurs on the Impact of Agrometeorological Advisories and Information on Operational Aspects of Forestry Planning, with Emphasis on Wildland Fire Ecology, Including the Use of Prescribed Fire in Rangelands and Forests Preventing and Combating Wildfires in Forests and Rangelands.
PermalinkWorld Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP); International Council for Science (ICSU); et al. - WMO, 2006 (WMO/TD-No. 1358)"The purpose of the meeting was to bring together a wide cross-section of the users and providers of climate information to identify the gaps and needs for climate observations and services to support efforts to achieve the MDGs. Participants considered several documents: a Gap Analysis, prepared from a user perspective, that assessed needed improvements in the provision of climate information and services to sectoral users and decisionmakers leading to better management of climate risks; and two Regional Action Plans prepared over the period 2001-04 (one for the countries of Eastern and South ...
Permalinkis an issue of MétéoMonde. OMM, 2005
Permalinkis an issue of MeteoWorld. WMO, 2005
PermalinkWorld Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; Korsakova S.; Gringoryan V.; et al. - WMO, 2003 (WMO/TD-No. 1166)
PermalinkWorld Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; Desjardins R.L.; Janzen H.; et al. - WMO, 2002 (WMO-No. 928)This publication discusses the main causes of global climate variation and the direct effects of changes in atmospheric composition. Examples of increasing the adaptability of agriculture to climate variability are given, and management strategies to reduce the production of greenhouse gases from agriculture are discussed.
PermalinkWorld Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; Chan A.K.; Dawod M.A.A.; et al. - WMO, 2001 (WMO/TD-No. 1079)
PermalinkObasi G.O.P; World Meteorological Organization (WMO) - WMO, 2000 (SG's lectures, speeches, statements-No. 107)
PermalinkObasi G.O.P; World Meteorological Organization (WMO) - WMO, 1997 (SG's lectures, speeches, statements-No. 29)
PermalinkWorld Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; Kanemasu E.T.; Lablans W.N.; et al. - WMO, 1997 (WMO/TD-No. 838)Contains:
- Mills, P.F. Agrometeorological Aspects And Application Of Available Technologies To Help Promote The Development Of Sustainable Farming Systems.
- Sirotenko, O.D. Adaptation Of Farming Systems And Agricultural Production To Climate Variability And Change, Including Modelling Of Crops, Pasture And Animal Production.
- Brunetti, A. Methods And Techniques For Microscale Modification To Avoid Or Reduce Losses In Agricultural Production.
- Ford, F.B. and E.T. Kanemasu. Methods To Transform Basic Knowledge Into Operational Techniques And To Adapt Operational ...
PermalinkWorld Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; Desjardins R.; Jones M.B.; et al. - WMO, 1997 (WMO-No. 841)This report complements and updates Technical Note No. 196 (WMO-No. 802) and covers the impact of the following on agriculture and forestry: climate extremes, with emphasis on temperature extremes, drought and tropical cyclones; climate variability for the different main world agroclimatic zones; and the impact of agriculture and forestry on climate through trace gas emissions, as well as the sources and sinks of greenhouse gases.
PermalinkObasi G.O.P; Organisation météorologique mondiale (OMM) - OMM, 1997 (Conférences, discours et déclarations du SG-No. 29)
PermalinkWorld Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; Gringof I.G.; Germogenov M.T. - WMO, 1996 (WMO/TD-No. 751)
PermalinkThis report gives examples of how climate controls the composition and functioning of grassland, both natural and developed; discusses the response of the grassland to climate at the level of the plant and plant community and the interaction between climate and animals; concentrates on Eurasian and New Zealand grasslands; and reviews only grasslands used for pastoral agricultural development where human food is plant-derived via grazing of animals.
PermalinkCovers for example: principles of the effects of climate variability on agriculture and forests; impacts of climate variability on agriculture and forestry; agricultural and forestry applications and climate variability; the effects of greenhouse gas warming on agriculture and forestry and the effects of agriculture and forests on climate.
PermalinkWorld Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; Furuuchi S.; Izadi M.; et al. - WMO, 1993 (WMO/TD-No. 524)Contains:
- Muminov, F.A. Part I - Report of the Chairman of the working Group on Agricultural Meteorology.
- Furuuchi, S. Part II - Weather and Animal Diseases
- Izadi, M. Part III -The Effect of Climatic Factors on Irrigated Potatoes in the RA II Region.
- Noohi, K. Part IV - Drought and Desertification.
- Vaidya, B.K. Part V - Application of Meteorology to Forestry and Pasture Lands.
- Zixi, Z. Part VI - Cotton Climatology.
PermalinkWorld Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; Sivakumar Mannava V.K.; Villalpando J.F. - WMO, 1992 (WMO/TD-No. 514)Conatins:
- Maracchi, G. Agrometeorological Information for Agricultural Systems subjected to climatic variability.
- Sivakumar, M.V.K., C. Renard,and J.M. Powell. Agroclimatic considerations for sustainable agro-silvi-pastoral systems in the Sudano-Sahelian Zone.
- Villalpando, J.F. Importancia Economica de la Information Agrometeorológica. (Spanish)
Permalinkis an issue of Chronique OMM. OMM, 1991
PermalinkWorld Meteorological Organization (WMO) ; WMO Regional Association II (Asia) Working Group on Agricultural Meteorology - WMO, 1989 (WMO/TD-No. 238)