Les chocs climatiques exercent une pression sur les terres agricoles qui se manifeste par la surexploitation des terres et l’utilisation abusive d’intrants, ce qui accélère et aggrave leur dégradation (lessivage continu, érosion, transport des particules). La sécurisation foncière des communautés contribue au développement et à la promotion de l’agroécologie paysanne.
Photo by UNDP Guinea,Forested Guinea is one of the most vulnerable regions in West Africa to climate change , (CC BY-ND 2.0 DEED)
Land corruption – corrupt practices in the land sector – threatens the lives and livelihoods of people and communities, the environment and climate, food security and political stability. Its impacts are particularly acute for 2.5 billion people who live on and from the land.
Ce rapport s’appuie sur l’Indice de risques climatiques pour les enfants de 2021 et examine la rareté et la vulnérabilité de l’eau ainsi que les mesures critiques que la communauté internationale doit prendre lors de la COP28 pour protéger les enfants contre le changement climatique.
This case study highlights the vulnerability of women in Fiaferana, who are disadvantaged, first, by their gender and indigenous heritage, and second, by their lack of tenure security in the midst of climate change. However, the women of Fiaferana have met these overlapping challenges head-on through innovative and empowering strategies, including sustainable land use management.
This report is a contribution of the knowledge management component of the LAND-at-scale programme (LAS) which is funded by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and implemented by the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland - RVO).
This data card shows some of the key available data from Bangladesh that helps to understand the connection between land tenure security and climate change in that country. It is meant to highlight this often underexplored nexus, though it does not claim to provide any scientific evidence of causality.
Land corruption seriously threatens efforts to fight climate change and achieve a fair energy transition. By undermining climate programmes, projects and practices, it fuels increased carbon emissions and negative climate outcomes. It weakens tenure security and contributes to human rights violations.
For over a century, energy multinationals have been wrecking the planet and exploiting people in pursuit of profit. Now, power producers and technology manufacturers are marketing themselves as ‘green’ to boost their reputation and benefit from public subsidies, grabbing lands, violating human rights and destroying communities along the way.
MENSAJE DEL LIDERAZGO INDÍGENA EN LA CUMBRE CLIMÁTICA DE BIDEN