Einführung/Introduction Zambia/Sambia

Sambia ist ein Binnenland, das 752.612 km² umfasst. Zu den Nachbarländern zählt die Demokratische Republik Kongo sowie Tansania im Norden, Angola im Westen und Simbabwe bzw. Botswana im Süden. Ein Großteil des Landes wird von einem Hochplateau gebildet, das zwischen 900 und 1500 Meter hoch ist. Dort sind Wald- und Savannengebiete landschaftsprägend.

Weitere Informationen zu Sambia

Zambia is an entirely landlocked country covering an area of 752,612 km². To the north it is bordered by the Democratic Republic of Congo and the United Republic of Tanzania, to the west by Angola, to the south west by Namibia, to the east by Malawi and Mozambique, and to the south by Zimbabwe and Botswana. Zambia sits on a gently undulating plateau, which is between 900 and 1,500 metres above sea level. This plateau is a mix of woodland and savannah regions interspersed with lakes, rivers, hills, swamps and lush plains.

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

Climate Watch Data / Klimadaten: Zambia

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 / Regierungspolitik

UNFCCC: Zambia's intended nationally determined contribution to the 2015 agreement on climate change

CDKN: SARUA Climate Change Counts - Mapping study: Zambia Country Report

LSE/Grantham Res. Inst.: Zambia climate legislation and policies

Gov. Zambia, Ministry of Tourism, Env. and Nat. Res.: Nat. Adaptation Programme and Action Plan

Gov. of Zambia: National Policy on Climate Change

Climate Rights: Zambia

WMO: Country Profile - Zambia

GIZ: Protecting farmers, insurance against climate change damage

GIZ/ODI/African Climate Hub: African Climate Finance Hub: The coordination of climate finance in Zambia

DIIS: Strengthening climate change adaptation in Zambia

DIIS: Climate politics lessons

FCFA: Using climate information to achieve long-term development objectives in Zambia

WMO: Zambia Meteorological Department - Presentation

Politics climate change rural Zambia

SEI: Zambia's adaptation to climate change

CTA-Int.: Ensuring food and income security by making farmers resilient to climate change

Reliefweb: Gender mainstreaming in agriculture and climate change programmes

Reliefweb: Climate-smart agriculture solutions

Reliefweb: Climate-proofing livelihoods: Alternative agricultural approaches in Zambia

Prevention Web: Zambia – small business on the frontline of climate change

Greenclimate Fund: Strengthening climate resilience of agricultural livelihoods in Agro-Ecological Regions I and II in Zambia

DIIS: Climate finance coordination from the global to the local (Zambia)

USAID: Climate change risk profile and USAID activities - Zambia

World Bank: Climate Change Knowledge Portal Zambia

UNDP: Strenghtening climate resilient food security

UNDP: Strengthening Climate Information and Early Warning Systems in Zambia

UNDP Zambia: Integrating Agriculture in National Adaptation Plans

UNDP: Zambia’s National Climate Change Response Strategy 2010

Policy coherence and interplay between Zambia's forest, energy, agricultural and climate change policies and multilateral environmental agreements

Presentation: Integrating climate information into urban planning decisions in Lusaka

Lusaka City Digest Leaning Hub

Lusaka Times: Climate change projects, Kafue Sub-Basin



NGOs / NROs and experts on Climate Change

SASSCAL: Weather stations

ELDIS: Zambia - Climate change

SEI: Zambia’s is adaptation to climate change

CCSENET: Smallholder farmer - climate change

Brot für die Welt: Satt trotz Dürre

Lusaka Times: WWF calls for investments in alternative engery sources

Lusaka Times: Caritas Zambia statement on climate change conference

Gender Climate Tracker

Partnership models for climate compatible development: experiences from Zambia

Delivering community benefits through REDD +: Lessons from Joint Forest Management in Zambia

New Appoaches to tackle urban flooding in Lusaka

Wash Water Week - Lusaka and other cities

AfricaPortal: Southern African agriculture and climate change - Zambia

GIS-Based Assessment of Solar Energy Harvesting Sites and Electricity Generation Potential in Zambia






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