The climate change analysis summarized in this annex aims to inform USAID/Peru’s CDCS and ensure that the strategy is responsive to climate risks while strengthening Peru’s resilience and self-reliance.
Cameroon is ‘Africa in miniature’ as it is home to 90% of Africa’s ecological systems. A large part of Cameroon is under the Congo basin, which holds over 15% of the world’s remaining tropical forests.
Temperature management is the major factor in reducing food loss and waste (FLW) in fruits and vegetables. Cold storage allows for produce to stay fresh for longer periods by slowing down its physiological changes that can lead to quality deterioration.
Les systèmes de services d’information sur le climat (SIC) jouent un rôle essentiel en fournissant aux agriculteurs les renseignements dont ils ont besoin pour augmenter leur productivité, réduire les risques ou mieux résister aux chocs et aux contraintes climatiques.
Distributed energy resources (DER)—including smart transmission grids, energy storage and electric vehicle charging infrastructure—offer new opportunities for electricity cost savings, service reliability and quality improvements, as well as reduced pollution and greenhouse gas emissions
Over the course of this 5-year project (July 2015 – July 2020), LESTARI has identified and empowered a host of Champions – individuals that demonstrate leadership, passion, and commitment towards forest conservation and sustainable development for local communities in their region.
Protected areas are the cornerstone of biodiversity conservation in Indonesia. They must be well-managed if the country is to meet its Aichi Target commitments under the Convention of Biological Diversity.
Punggualas is home to a research center for the Bornean Orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus) that was established by WWF in cooperation with the Management Center of Sebangau National Park (BTNS) in 2008. This research center plays a crucial part in the conservation of the 6,000-9,000 wild orangutans living in Sebangau.
Papua is home to some of the most iconic species, many of which are illegally trafficked. Wildlife trafficking and smuggling results from the demand for exotic species as pets, souvenirs, and traditional medicine.