Le PAA en République du Congo a soutenu des émissions de radio, Environnement au Quotidien sur le genre, le changement climatique, l'énergie, l'agriculture et la réduction des émissions liées à la déforestation et à la dégradation des forêts (REDD). Écoutez les émissions en cliquant sur les liens ci-dessous.
The Climate Change Adaptation Youth Action Programme was developed in July and August 2011 under the youth outreach component of the Africa Adaptation Project Namibia (AAP NAM). AAP NAM is a project implemented by the Ministry of Environment and Tourism of Namibia with funding obtained from the Government of Japan through the United Nations Development Programme.
The Second National Communication (SNC) of Namibia is based on a series of studies that were commissioned and coordinated by the Directorate of Environmental Affairs of the Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET), on behalf of the Namibia National Climate Change Committee (NCCC). Project funding assistance was provided by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
This factsheet presents the AAP T21 Model. Threshold 21 (T21) Namibia is a System Dynamics model which can generate scenarios covering the economic, social, and environmental dimensions of development over a 30 year period and beyond.
Users of the model can run scenarios that show the results of different development policy choices and assumptions about climate change impacts across a wide...
This factsheet is part of a series of four, edited by AAP Namibia. This particular sheet presents the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) applied to climate change and gender. GIS is a computerised system or software package that accommodates the capture, analysis, manipulation and presentation of data about geographical phenomena