Searching with a thematic focus on Climate change mitigation, Climate change in Bangladesh
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- DocumentEarthquakes and Megacities Initiative, 2007Disaster risk reduction (DRR) is an important component for achieving sustainable development of cities and progress towards the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals. This manual is a disaster risk communication tool aimed at facilitating the understanding of disaster vulnerabilities and risk to megacities and large complex urban areas.DocumentForced Migration Review, 2008In response to growing climate change pressures on landscapes and livelihoods, people are moving and adapting. Evidence points towards climate and environmentally induced migration becoming one of the major policy challenges of this century.DocumentEquity and Justice Working Group, 2007Focusing on the coastal areas of Bangladesh, this report analyses the impact of disasters with specific reference to the effects of climate change. It also looks at the nature of the disasters that frequently occur and discusses efforts to mitigate their impact.DocumentEquity & Justice Working Group, 2008This policy discussion paper critically reviews the UNFCCC climate change negotiations held in Bali in December 2007. It is intended to provide an insight to the readers, especially developing country’s policy makers and negotiators, on the recent dimension of mitigating climate change impacts.DocumentSouth South North, 2006The goal of the project is to build the capacity of the community to reduce salinity, tidal inundation and cyclone relate vulnerability, as well as to facilitate poverty reduction. The specific objectives of the project are:Document
Seeing the light: adapting to climate change with decentralized renewable energy in developing countriesInternational Institute for Sustainable Development, Winnipeg, 2004This book argues that well-designed decentralised renewable energy projects are both a mitigating and adaptive response to climate change.DocumentChristian Aid, 2006Tens of millions of people in sub-Saharan Africa could die of disease directly attributable to climate change, is the main finding of this NGO report.DocumentBangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies, 2000The paper examines Bangladesh's moves to address environmental degradation and natural resource management.