Eau

Seul 3% de l'eau sur Terre est de l'eau douce. Environ les deux tiers de celle-ci est gelé dans les glaciers et les calottes glaciaires polaires. Nous avons depuis bien trop longtemps excessivement fait usage de cette précieuse ressource.

 

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    Blog: Mainstreaming inclusive green growth in Tanzania

    19.02.2019

    By Michael Kwame Nkonu. Like many countries in East Africa, Tanzania is dealing with the impacts of climate change which are often manifested in frequent and severe droughts in this part of the world. As observed in the 2003, 2005 and 2009...

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    Over 600 species and countless livelihoods depend on a plan for the future of the Kilombero Catchment

    06.02.2019

    Kilombero Valley, where Tanzania’s Kilombero Catchment is located, is immensely important to the nation and to the world due to its precious wetlands resources and ever-dependable rivers – enriching the soils and making the lands more fertile for agriculture...

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    Wetlands will be the Litmus test of our climate response

    01.02.2019

    Blog by James Dalton. One of the increasingly common messages proposed for the management of water resources is ‘systems thinking’. The hydrological cycle is after all, a ‘system’ – a set of constituent parts and processes that work independently but also...

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