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Climate Change impacts

Climate Change impacts

 

Recent Submissions

  • Jarso, James Forole (American University Washington College of Law, 2012)
    Climate change cannot be addressed by a single nation. We must lay emphasis on a regional approach since whatever happens in our individual nations affects the entire region. This means that we must act both individually ...
  • Zilihona, Innocent (Edita Prima Ltd.-Helsinki 2003, 2003)
    East African rain forest biotope is one of the most diverse habitat types on the planet (Lovett and Wasser 1993, Struhsaker 1997, Burgess et al. 1998, Mittermier et al. 1998, Myers et al. 2000, Newmark 2002). The Eastern ...
  • Bates, Bryson; Kundzewicz, Zbigniew; Wu, Shaohong (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Secretariat, 2008-06)
    Observational records and climate projections provide abundant evidence that freshwater resources are vulnerable and have the potential to be strongly impacted by climate change, with wide-ranging ...
  • International Institute for Environment and Development (International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) in collaboration with IIED, 2010-02)
    The Fourth International Conference on Community-Based Adaptation (CBA) to Climate Change convened in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, from Sunday 21 February to Saturday 27 February 2010. The conference was organized by ...
  • Paavola, Jouni (Southern Africa Vulnerability Initiative(SAVI), 2003-06-19)
    Abstract This paper examines vulnerability to climate change and its sources in Tanzania. The paper discusses the predicted changes in climate and climate change impacts, arguing that food production, land cover changes ...
  • Ndyamukama, Fred Edwin (2017-09-27)
    The aim of this thesis was to summarize and analyze some of the main causes and consequences of the rapid and continuing deforestation in Tanzania, and to illustrate the impacts of the problem on the ...
  • Pan- African START Secretariat; International START Secretariat; Tanzania Meteorological Agency; Ardhi University, Tanzania (2017-09-27)
    This study seeks to understand key aspects of vulnerability of the urban poor in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, how climate impacts upon this vulnerability, and to determine how forward- looking policies ...
  • Assey, Paschal; Bass, Stephen; Cheche, Blandina; Howlett, David (2017-09-27)
    The cause-and-effect relationships between environmental degradation and poverty are now widely recognized. Environmental degradation leads to widespread poverty, as it reduces the availability of clean water, productive ...
  • Aselina, Mwenda (Kenyatta University, 2014)
    Water is considered fundamental to development due to its contribution to economic growth and human welfare. Yet, most human activities such as agriculture, domestic and industrial pollute water resources. ...
  • Morton, John (The National Academy of Sciences of the USA, 2007-12-11)
    Some of the most important impacts of global climate change will be felt among the populations, predominantly in developing countries, referred to as ‘‘subsistence’’ or ‘‘smallholder’’ farmers. Their vulnerability to climate ...
  • Munishi, Linus K; Sawere, Pudensiana C (African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 2013-11)
    The sensitivity of hydrology and water resources to climate variation in Kikuletwa Catchment, Pangani Basin, northern Tanzania was assessed using 30 years of river level and climate data as well as questionnaire, focused ...
  • O’Brien, Geoff; O’Keefe, Phil; Rose, Joanne; Ben, Wisner (Blackwell Publishing, 2006)
    Climate change, although a natural phenomenon, is accelerated by human activities. Disaster policy response to climate change is dependent on a number of factors, such as readiness to accept the reality of climate change, ...
  • Fowler, H. J.; Blenkinsop, S.; Tebaldi, C. (Royal Meteorological Society, 2007-09)
    There is now a large published literature on the strengths and weaknesses of downscaling methods for different climatic variables, in different regions and seasons. However, little attention is given to the choice of ...
  • Kundzewichz, Z. W.; Mata, N. W.; Undzewicz, L. J.; Arnell, Doll; Jimenez, B.; Miller, K.; Oki, T.; Sen, Z.; Shiklomanov, I. (Taylor & Francis, 2008)
    The Fourth Assessment Report of Working Group II of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) critically assessed thousands of recent publications on different aspects of climate change impacts, adaptation and ...
  • Hermansen, Erlend A. T.; McNeill, Desmond; Kasa, Sjur; Rajão, Raoni (MDPI AG, 2017-02-28)
    This paper investigates non-governmental organisation (NGO) involvement in policy processes related to Norway’s International Climate and Forest Initiative (NICFI) comparing four countries: Norway, Brazil, Indonesia, and ...
  • Wagner, Greg M. (Western Indian Ocean Journal, 2007)
    The Dar es Salaam seascape contains a variety of interacting coastal and marine ecosystems that support diverse resources, upon which human life has depended for centuries. This paper applies the UNEP Human-Environment ...
  • Maeda, Eduardo Eiji; Pellikka, Petri K.E.; Siljander, Mika; Clark, Barnaby J.F. (Elsevier, 2010-11)
    The Taita Hills form the northernmost part of the Eastern Arc Mountains of Kenya and Tanzania, is one of the world's most important regions for biological conservation. Due to the expansion of agricultural activities during ...
  • Peter, Leonard (2017-09-18)
    Mangroves are among the most degraded ecosystems in the World. This study focused on assessment of the status of mangroves and their degradation in Rufiji Delta. It was guided by the following objectives: ...
  • Shemdoe, Riziki Silas (Canadian Centre of Science and Education, 2014-10-27)
    Abstracts Governments have traditionally relied on public budgets, bilateral and multilateral cooperation to support sustainable land management (SLM) activities. However, it is becoming evident that such support will ...
  • Mugasha, A.G.; Kanuya, N.L.; Chamshama, S.A (SUA TARP II, 2004)
    Idadi ya ng'ombe Tanzania inakisiwa kufikia millioni 17.7 ambao wengi wao ni ngombe wa kienyeji aina ya "zebu". Idadi ya ng'ombe wa kisasa wa maziwa au machotara yao na ng'ombe wa kienyeji ni kama nusu millioni tu. Ingawa ...

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