Presentation of the National Policy on Climate Change for Namibia (2011) by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism. The Africa Adaptation Programme in Namibia contributed to the development of this strategy and plan.
Chapter 3 deals with the development of Capacity Development Action Plan. As an initial step to undertaking this assignment, several consultative meetings were held with the Climate Change Secretariat of the ministry of MEMR, the Africa Adaptation Programme, the subcomponent 7 Technical Working Group and the teams addressing the other subcomponents of the National Climate Change Action Plan (...
Chapter 5: Integrating Climate Change into the Education System, contains:
Climate Change and Education
Analysis of Curricular in Relation to Climate Change Issues
Findings Based on Interviews of Key Educationists
Conclusions, Recommendations and Intervention Strategies
How to Integrate the Climate Change in Curricular
The health sector is expected to be negatively affected by climate change. Climate change is expected to affect human health directly through increasing morbidity and mortality impacts, as a result of temperature extremes, vectors of infectious diseases, proliferation of non-vector-borne infectious diseases, declining air quality, more frequent floods and storms, and indirectly through...
The present guide follows the same structure as the handbook. It is designed to assist champions and practitioners engaged in mainstreaming climate change adaptation. It should be seen as an invitation for mainstreaming specialists and adaptation experts to partner, each bringing their added value to the overall endeavour.
This video is part of the series of interviews shot of AAP delegates at the first peer review meeting in Dakar, November 2010. Mr Enyegue Ateba from AAP Cameroon talks about the effects of climate change in their country, the adaptation strategies that their country has put in place and the role the programme can play within these frameworks.