Community-based resource management in protected areas under climate change
NABU's projects on sustainable development
13. November, 13:30 – 14:30 Uhr
NABU project coordinator
In many countries, climate change is not just a concept - it is reality in the form of droughts, floods and cold spells. The ones suffering most from it, are the people who depend on natural resources for survival.
For over a hundred years, The Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Union (NABU) has been promoting the interests of people and nature, drawing on its unwavering commitment, specialized know-how and the backing of 620,000 members and supporters. NABU projects focus on working with communities to protect their source of living: the environment and its ecosystem services.
NABU invites you to a tour of practical examples of climate induced challenges and manageable solutions from projects in Ethiopia, Madagascar and Kyrgyzstan and shows how to link nature conservation to development. It focuses further on the important role of protected areas, such as UNESCO biosphere reserves and the capacities of local communities in the quest for climate change adaptation and mitigation.
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