Einführung/Introduction Madagaskar

Madagaskar ist eine Insel im Indischen Ozean, sie liegt vierhundert Kilometer von der Küste Ostafrikas entfernt. Madagaskar zählt zu den größten Inseln weltweit und erstreckt sich über 1.580 Kilometer von Norden nach Süden. Die Ost-West-Ausdehnung umfasst 600 Kilometer. Zur Topographie: Im Norden gibt es Hügelland und im Zentrum der Insel ein Hochplateau (1200-1500 Meter). Hochebenen erstrecken sich im Osten, Westen und Süden.

Weitere Informationen zu Madagaskar

The country of Madagascar is an island situated 400 km off the east coast of Africa, separated from the mainland by the Mozambique Channel. It is the fourth large island, stretching 1,580 km from north to south and 600 km from east to west, with a coastline of about 5,000 km. The topography is varied; hilly in the north and in the central part of the island (high plateaus with altitude between 1,200 and 1,500 metres) and plains in the east, west and south. 

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

Climate Watch Data / Klimadaten: Madagaskar

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 der Regierung

Columbia Law School, Sabin Centre: Climate Change Laws of Madagascar

LSE, Grantham Reserach Inst.: Madagascar, climate legislation and policies

UNFCCC Madagascar: Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC)

UNFCCC: Madagascar 2. national Communication to the UNFCCC

UNFCCC: Assessing the impacts of climate change on Madagascar's biodiversity and livelihoods

ECPDM: The Paris Agreement and African agriculture (Madagascar one of the pioneers)

Prevention Web: Review of current and planned adaptation action

Meteo Madagascar

WMO: Madagascar

WMO: Meteorological Services - Health

Climate Policy Observer: Country Profile - Madagascar

WHO: Climate and health contry profile

World Bank: Building Madagascar's climate resiliency to ensure food security

Climate Investment Fund: Madagascar

Klimafinanzierung, Programm Schutz und nachhaltige Nutzung natürlicher Ressourcen - Madagaskar (BMZ)

Green Climate Fund: Sustainable landscapes - lack of water limits Madagascar's climate-smart agriculture

FAO: Climate-smart agriculture in Madagascar

UNDP: Adaptation Madagascar - Enhancing adaptation capacities and resilience

UNDP Adaptation Fund - Madagascar promoting climate resiliance - rice sector

UNICEF: Improving climate change resilience in Madagascar

Climate Rights: Madagascar

Reliefweb: Madagascar

Reliefweb: Madagascar: Drought - Aug 2018

Reliefweb: Strenghtening the adaptation and resilience of rural communities facing climate change in Madagascar

GIZ: Sustainable management of natural resources

USAID: Climate risk profile Madagascar

USAID: Climate change and environment

USAID: Tackling Environmental Crime in Madagascar’s Rainforests

USAID: Building urban resilience to climate change: A review of Madagascar

International Red Cross/ Climate Centre: Dissolving disasters in Madagascar

CCCAFS/CGIAR: East African agriculture and climate change - Madagascar

NGOs / NROs and experts on climate change

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ELDIS: Madagascar - climate change

Jamba: Madagascar: Agricultural producation - hazard-prone areas

Vulnerability of baobab species to climate change and effectiveness of the protected area network in Madagascar

World Wildlife Fund WWF: Climate change - Madagascar

WWF: Climate change threatens Madagascar's unique coral riffs

GEF: Adapting Coastal Zone Management to Climate Change in Madagascar Considering Ecosystem and Livelihoods

Ingram/Dawson: Climate change impacts and vegetation response on the island of Madagascar

IISD: IPC-IG Publishes Brief on Climate Change, Farming and Gender in Madagascar

Bioclimatic envelope models predict a decrease in tropical forest carbon stocks with climate change in Madagascar

AFRIK21: AfdB trains African journalists at COP 24 on climate change issues

 

 

 

 

 

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