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Ecosystem-based Adaptation in Madagascar 2014-2020
UN Environment
06 Jul 2020
Year Published06 Jul 2020
Abstract in English

In the last 20 years, extreme weather such as flooding, cyclones and heatwaves have taken a heavy toll on the nation’s coastal communities, severely affecting access to basic necessities. The government of Madagascar is working to build the resilience of coastal communities in 4 regions: Boeny; Menabe; Atsinanana, and Vatovavy-Fitovinany. The project’s main approaches are to strengthen the capacity to address climate change impacts through training and technical support, and to protect coastal zones by restoring mangrove forests, building seawalls, introducing climate-smart farming methods, and diversifying livelihoods.

Source PlatformUnited Nations Environment Programme
Document Type科技报告
Recommended Citation
GB/T 7714
UN Environment. Ecosystem-based Adaptation in Madagascar 2014-2020,06 J.
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