“Climate change is real take climate action”
Our future is in your hands, take climate action. We urge Decision makers to implement mitigations and adaptation measures put in place in the National Determined Contributions NDC s to reduce emissions within the Paris agreement
Climate change is real, take climate action. Every person has a duty to cooperate with the State to protect and conserve the environment and the country’s Natural Resources. Ensure sustainable development
Stand up. Demand climate action. Civil Society Organization unite and speak as one strong voice. Raise awareness for poverty-oriented adaptation and mitigation
Climate change affects all. Non- state actors ensure that local resources are mobilized for the vulnerable. Ensure their needs are considered in implementation of adaptation and mitigation strategies
Africa is highlighted as the most vulnerable continent to the adverse impacts of climate change. This is because of economies of the African countries, including the East African Community (EAC) partners and Mozambique are generally dependent on natural resources and climate. Poverty and climate change are among the most pressing challenges globally. The Paris Agreement set the goal to hold the increase in the global average temperature to well below 2 Degrees above the pre-industrial level and pursuing efforts to limit the temperature increase to 1.5 Degrees above preindustrial levels. The communication alliance aims to strengthen each other and develop new and innovative approaches to influence decision-makers to take climate action
Our mothers, sisters and brothers spend most part of time in water, buying and selling fish in Wang chieng ward. As a result of climate change, Lake Victoria back flow and water hyacinth has taken a toll on our people
Prolonged drought and the lack of water obstruct the agricultural production in Magude, Mozambique.
Elephants have imposed a dusk to dawn curfew to the residents of Oldonyo Orok location in search for water and food. The local community is now living in fear and would like @kwskenya @GOK to come to their rescue to ensure lives are safeguarded.
Grow—Build—Live—Sustain, Drip irrigation technology can support farmers adapt to Climate Change as it provides effecient use of water supply during droughts. Farmers will protect healths and save lives if they embrace this CC adaptation practice
Climate change contributes to a water crisis in Nguvane, Magude district in Mozambique. Local communities drink this cloudy water
Agroforestry has a great potential as a climate change adaptation solution,enabling farmers to prepare for the impacts of CC. @mhac .The system increases farmers’ resilience and ability to cope with extreme weather events.
Over the years, the dry season has become increasingly hotter and drier. Rainfall is more erratic. Farmers are becoming aware of the changing weather pattern, but have limited information on effective strategies for adapting to the changes. Many farmers in Soroti are pondering on the climatic changes that seem to be eating away their livelihood. Their leaders are not silent either. Bye laws have been enacted as well as integrating climate change activities in development plans. Mobilization, sensitization and enforcement are a good mix for climate action to take place.The Local Council 5 chairperson (District Chairperson) Mr. George Michael Egunyu keeps a stern warning to persons who encroach wetlands” Keep the wetlands for wetlands. Avoid living near the swamps, so that when the floods come they do not affect many people. Stop cutting trees. Plant more trees.”, he states. He shows off a copy of a draft bye law entitled” Presentation of the draft forest management and tree planting Ordinance to the district Executive Committee Meeting”; he adds that
The future of Renewable Energy in Kenya looks bright with more people embracing the use of solar. This is because solar has proved to be affordable, readily accessible, reliable and sustainable
DaCCA Programme is training partners, community representatives and government department representatives on climate change governance. This training will maintain an active mitigation and adaptation strategy by anchoring community needs into climate change legal and institutional provisions.
The DaCCA programme in Phase I, initiated the process of the formulation of the Kisumu County Climate Change Policy and Bill. This process that has taken over 4 years has finally come to fruition with the launch of this Policy. DaCCA programme partners are represented at this launch event which has been graced by H.E the Governor of Kisumu County , Prof. Peter Anyang' Nyong'o