Einführung/Introduction Angola

Die Republik Angola umfasst 1.247.000 km² des südlichen Afrika. Sie liegt am Atlantik und ist das zweitgrößte Land südlich der Sahara. Das größte ist ihr nördlicher Nachbar, die Demokratische Republik Kongo. Angola ist in unterschiedliche naturräumliche und geologische Gebiete unterteilt: Küste, Gebirge, Hochplateau, Flussgebiete des Sambesi und Cubango. In Angola gibt es eine Regen- und Trockenzeit (cacimbo). Der durchschnittliche jährliche Regen beträgt 400 mm. Die niedrigste Temperatur ist 18˚C, die höchste 35 ˚C.

Weitere Informationen zu Angola

The Republic of Angola covers 1,247,000 km² in the western region of Southern Africa. It is the second largest country south of the Sahara after the Democratic Republic of Congo. The countrycontains six major geomorphologic areas: Coastal area, marginal mountain chains, the old tableland, Zaire basin and the basins of the Zambezi and Cubango. Angola has two seasons, the rainy and dry (cacimbo) seasons, with an average annual rainfall of 400 mm and lowest and highest average temperatures at 18˚C and 35 ˚C respectively.

Source: http://www.sadc.int/member-states/angola/

Climate Watch Data / Klimadaten: Angola

Source: SDG Linkages Northrop, E., H. Biru, S. Lima, M. Bouye, and R. Song. 2016. “Examining the Alignment Between the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions and Sustainable Development Goals.” Working Paper. Washington, DC: World Resources Institute. Available online at: www.climatewatchdata.org

Governmental policies / Klimapolitik

UNFCCC: Draft Intended nationally determined contributions INDC, Angola

CDKN: SARUA Climate Change Counts Mapping study: Angola Country Report

German–African initiative to battle climate change in Africa, Angola

Climate change has no borders

African Development Bank - Angola, Climate Change

Angolan Ministry of Environment, Africa Adapt

Angola - Climate Change National Adaptation Plan (NAP) process

Angola: REDD+ submission - UNFCCC

LSE/Gratham Res. Institute: Angola

GET2C: National strategy for climate change in Angola

Southern African Science Service Centre for Climate Change and Adaptive Land Management (SASSCAL): Weather stations

COP 18 - Coordinator of the Republic of Angola

Climate Rights: Angola

Angola’s initial national communication under the UNFCCC

UNDP: Angola undertakes NAP training for key ministries

Angola: Agreement to Reduce Climate Change Effects in Cuvelai Basin Signed

Reliefweb: Angola

Reliefweb: Drought coordination

Reliefweb: Over one million Angolans affected by drought

Reliefweb: Drought combat intensifies in Cunene

Reliefweb: Impacts of climate change - a deepening humanitarian crisis

FAO: Country Briefs and Early Warning Angola, drought

UNICEF: Angola - Humanitarian situation, cronic drought crisis

World Bank: Climate Change Knowledge Portal - Angola

EU: Capacity4Dev: Angola, climate change

SASSCAL: Data management, knowledge transfer, science communication

NORAD: Angola – Climate proofing, greeing of the portfolio

USAID: Climate Risk Profile: Angola

USAID: Climate change adaptation - Angola

Norway in Angola: Climate change

NGOs / NROs and experts on climate change

ELDIS: Angola - climate change

Dev. Workshop - climate change and land markets

Allan Cain: Climate Change and Land Markets in Angola

Future Okavango

Brot für die Welt, Angola, Klimawandel

KAS: Climate change Angola

IIED: Climate finance - Angola

IIED: Water resource management - Coastal settlements - Working Paper

IDRC: Water Resource Management and the Changing Climate in Angola's Coastal Settlements

AdaptationLearningNet: Sharing community knowledge

SASCAL Weather Net - Angola

Die Erde: Assessment future agricultural conditions, Okavango Basin

FutureClimateAfrica: Characterising the synoptic expression of the Angola law


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