Einführung/Introduction Tanzania/Tansania

Tansania liegt südlich des Äquators zwischen dem Indischen Ozean im Osten und dem Tanganjika See im Westen. Es ist mit 945.000 km² mehr als doppelt so groß wie Deutschland. Das Klima ist tropisch, große Feuchtigkeit kennzeichnet die Küstengebiete. Die Regenfälle sind in den einzelnen Landesteilen sehr unterschiedlich. Den Großteil des Landes bildet ein Hochplateau (ca. 1.100 m) mit gemäßigtem Klima. Als Vegetationsform ist die Trockensavanne verbreitet. Die Landesfläche wird vom großen afrikanischen Grabenbruch durchzogen, zu den vulkanischen Gebirgen zählt der Kilimanjaro mit 5895m.

Weitere Informationen zu Tansania

The United Republic of Tanzania includes the Indian Ocean islands of Pemba and Zanzibar and the mainland territory, covering a total area of 1,0219,090 km², and is located on the east coast of Africa between the great lakes of the African Rift Valley system in the central part of the continent and the Indian Ocean. The country encompasses a variety of physical features; from a narrow coastal belt with tropical beaches it rises to an extensive plateau covered by savannah and bush at an elevation of about 1,000 metres above sea level. The plateau region includes the snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro (5,897 metres above sea level), the highest mountain in Africa. Lake(s) Tanganyika, Nyasa and Rukwa partly occupy the floor of the Great Rift Valley system.

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

Climate Watch Data / Klimadaten: Tanzania

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

UN Africa Adaptation Programme: Tanzania 

UN Africa Adaptation Programme: Tanzania National Communications Strategy

Tanzania Guidelines for integrating CCA in policy making

UNFCCC - Tanzania: Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs)

Global Climate Change Alliance in Tanzania

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

SLE/Grantham Res. Inst.: Tanzania Agriculture Climate Resiliance Plan

Tanzania REDD Desk

REDD desk: Lessons Learned from a Logging Boom in Southern Tanzania

Tanzania Meteorological Agency

Rep. of Tanzania / Norw. Emb.: Pro-poor approaches to REDD+

Rep. of Tanzania / Norw. Emb.: National REDD Policy Project Tanzania, Project Review

Rep. of Tanzania / Norw. Emb.: REDD+ pilot projects implementation 2010-2014, lessons learned

Deutsche Klimafinanzierung: Deutscher Einfluss - Rechenschaftspflicht, Transparenz, Tansania

Norw. Emb.: Final review - Combining REDD, FSC and PFM in South-Eastern Tanzania

Norw. Em./CARE Int.: REDD+ Zanzibar pilot project community forest management

Norw. Emb./IDUFOR: Review of the REDD+ pilot project, Kigoma, Tanzania

UNISDR: Making cities resilient assessment - Dar es Salaam

UNDP: Africa Adaptation Programme - Tanzania

UNPD: AAP Tanzania - Resources, Policy Making, Planning

FAO: Tanzania - Welfare impacts of climate shocks

CIFOR/ICRAF: World Agroforestry Centre Tanzania - Collaborative landscape governance

Reliefweb/CGIAR/CCAFS: Gender review of climate change legislation and policy frameworks

World Agroforestry Centre: Tansania - Local traditional institutions, Mangement of natural resources

CGIAR: Climate change vulnerability - food security

SAIIA: Tanzania – Coral reefs – The case of illegal blast fishing

SAIIA: Building climate resiliance in Tanzania, Institutional reform and capacity development

NGOs / NRO and experts on climate change

Tanzanian Civil Society Forum on Climate Change - Forum CC

Tanzanian Civil Society Forum - Climate Finance Agriculture and Livestock Sector

Tanzania Climate Change Action Net

Natural Resource Forum

TNRF: Climate Change

NRF - Tanzania REDD Photo Stories

NRF - Tanzania REDD Radio Programme

Mama Misutu Campaign

Resource Africa: Visons of life with climate change, Community Stories

Mainstreaming Climate Change Adaptation in Drylands Development Planning in Tanzania

Pastoralist Program

OARE: Research in the Environment

Ujamaa Community Resource Team

Exploring sustainable low carbon development pathways - Mapping of initiatives 

Forum CC: Donor dependence and underfunding hampering climate financing in Tanzania

CICERO: Tanzania - Climate change policy analysis

CICERO: Monitoring and evaluation - User satisfaction with climate services

CCIAM: REED architecture in Tanzania - Assessment

CMI: Governance consideratons REDD+ in Tanzania

KAS: Klimareport Tansania

Tanzania Network: Habari, Klimawandel, Klimafinanzierung und Klimagerechtigkeit

IIED: REDD+ pilot projects lessons learned

IEED: Making REDD+ work for communities and forests

ODI: Public spending on climate change- Experiences

ODI: National climate change finance analysis

ODI: International climate finance to Tanzania 2010-2013

ISS: Adaptation Funds REDD und FDM - Corruption

IISD: REDD+ safeguard information system

CDKN Future Climate Africa: Tanzania - Weather and climate information for decision-making

CDKN: Develpment Goals - Renewable energy - Tanzania

CDKN: Working together for REDD+

DowntoEarth: As Tanzania’s Lake Rukwa continues to dry up, NGOs focus on sensitising locals

AllAfrica: Tanzania: Strengthening Farmers' Seed System Through 'Open Source'

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