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Tiempo, a bulletin on climate and development, issue 59, April 2006

Source(s):  International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED)

This issue includes 4 articles on climate change adaptation related issues.

Gender and climate change:
This first article discusses the historical lapse in assimilating gender issues in the climate change debate.

Deserts and desertification:
This article reports on the designation of 2006 as the International Year of Deserts and Desertification.

African fisheries: climate change impacts in Malawi:
With examples from Malawi, this article describes concerns over the possible impacts of climate change on fisheries in Africa.

Rural livelihoods: livelihoods and adaptive capacity in Bangladesh:
This article describes how livelihood diversification can influence adaptive capacities in rural Bangladesh.

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View Tiempo issue 64, July 2007

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View Tiempo issue 62, January 2007


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  • Tiempo, a bulletin on climate and development, issue 59, April 2006
  • Publication date 2006
  • Author(s) Röhr, Ulrike; Granich, Sarah; Njaya, Friday; Howard, Charlotte; Pouliotte, Jennifer; Islam, Nazrul; Smit, Barry; Islam, Shafiqul
  • Number of pages 28 p.

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