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Invest in community-based adaptation say participants at CARE co-hosted West Africa learning event

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CARE co-hosts International Forum on Glaciers in Peru

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Latest issue, Joto Afrika: Communicating climate adaptation to communities - issue also available in French

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Report: Climate vulnerability capacity analysis in four regions of Indonesia

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Case studies: Building Coastal Resilience to Climate Change in Indonesia and Thailand

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Report: Climate vulnerability and capacity of ethnic minorities in northern mountainous regions of Vietnam

Where the Rain Falls: Can understanding rain enable change?

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    Humanitarian Implications of Climate Change Print E-mail
    Link to: Humanitarian Implications reportmap_overall_vulnerability_south_asia_2_sm

    Link to: Discussion paper

    Link to: Technology brief

    Link to: Policy brief

    High-resolution maps (see below)

     

    Mapping emerging trends and risk hotspots

     

    Human-induced climate change is modifying patterns of extreme weather, including floods, cyclones and droughts. In many cases, climate change is making these hazards more intense, more frequent, less predictable and/or longer lasting. This magnifies the risk of ‘disasters’ everywhere, but especially in those parts of the world where there are already high levels of human vulnerability.

     

     

    This study identifies the most likely humanitarian implications of climate change for the next 20-30 year period. The authors use Geographical Information Systems (GIS) to map specific hazards associated with climate change – specifically: floods, cyclones and droughts – and place them in relation to factors influencing vulnerability. The results identify hotspots of high humanitarian risk under changing climatic conditions.

     

    The maps are available for reproduction.

     

    Human Implications Map 1 - Overall Vulnerability

    Human Implications Map 2 - Vulnerability South Asia

    Human Implications Map 3 - World Flood Risk

    Human Implications Map 4 - Flood Risk East Africa

    Human Implications Map 5 - World Cyclone Risk

    Human Implications Map 6 - Cyclone Risk SE Asia

    Human Implications Map 7 - World Drought Risk

    Human Implications Map 8 - Drought Risk Sub-Saharan Africa

    Human Implications Map 9 - All Hazards 1

    Human Implications Map 10 - All Hazards 2

    Human Implications Map 11 - Hotspots - Conflict

    Human Implications Map 12 - Hotspots - World

    Human Implications Map 13 - Hotspots - Cumulative World

     

    The report was commissioned by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).