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Panos workshop on social media and icts

PANOS WORKSHOP on Social Media and ICTs

Climate Change & the Media


Climate change the media

Climate Change & the Media

  • Panos and IIED have joined forces to support developing world journalism and perspectives from the heart of the international climate negotiations. Journalists from Asia, Asia-Pacific, Africa, the Middle East, the Caribbean and Latin America will take part in the climate change media partnership fellowship programme  designed to improve media coverage of climate change issues in developing countries.


Panos workshop on social media and icts

INTERVENTIONS2oo7/8Flooding in Mazabuka, Monze, Namwala, and SinazongweACT Rapid Response Fund/ ACT Appeal

A Submerged Hand Pump in Sinazongwe Southern Province


Panos workshop on social media and icts

JOINT INTERVENTIONS2oo8/9 Flood Relief distribution 2007/8 Food affected areas - Monze and NamwalaNamwalaACT Appeal

2oo8/9 ACT Appeal AFZA - Food Relief distribution .


Land degradation

Land Degradation

Zambezi District – Jan 2013


Poor soils

Poor Soils

Zambezi District Jan 2013


Intercropping

intercropping

Zambezi – Jan 2013


Agriculture climate change

Agriculture /Climate Change

  • Agricultural and nutritional diversification: greater crop diversity, mixed farming – spreading the risk

  • Agroforestry: trees on pasture, homestead orchards, windbreaks and hedges, fodder banks – use “fertiliser” trees where possible

  • Crop, livestock and human health: monitoring, prevention, treatment and containment

  • Develop infrastructure and markets: need adequate and functional transport, telecommunications, energy, storage, services (rural development, peri-urban development)


Climate change adaptation

Climate Change Adaptation

  • Adjustment in natural or human systems to a new or changing environment

  • Adaptation to climate change refers to actions aimed at reducing the actual or expected impacts of climate change on a system, community or geographic location

  • Adaptation can include actions which exploit beneficial opportunities

  • Various types of adaptation can be distinguished, including anticipatory and reactive adaptation, private and public adaptation, and autonomous and planned adaptation


Panos workshop on social media and icts

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