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Assessment of policy and institutional responses to climate change and environmental disaster risks in South Sudan: Special report

Source(s):  Sudd Institute, the

This report examines policy and institutional response to climate change and environmental disaster risks, with the view to providing recommendations to the government and its partners in South Sudan on where to focus their environmental policy interventions. The report focuses on policy landscape for natural resources (e.g. agriculture, fisheries, forestry, wildlife, land, water, energy) and environmental disasters. Traditional governance structures were also examined and traditional adaptation and mitigation approaches explored.

The information given in this report is obtained by interviewing key government officials and by examining legal and policy documents on environment, disaster management, food security, seeds, agriculture and livestock, fisheries, forestry, wildlife, land, electricity and petroleum and related institutional frameworks in target areas.



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  • Assessment of policy and institutional responses to climate change and environmental disaster risks in South Sudan: Special report
  • Publication date 2015
  • Author(s) Tiitmamer, Nhial
  • Number of pages 43 p.

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