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Improving water access and reducing deforestation near Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

WWF is partnering with Greenline Africa to implement rainwater harvesting and irrigation to improve water access, and providing clean cookstoves and conducting tree plantings to offset the increased pressure on forests associated with alternative livelihoods, which many have turned to as farming becomes more difficult. A weather station will also be installed to improve local access to weather information.                  Learn more

 

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Featured Summary Report

A Journey Down the Paraguay River: Insights from Climate Crowd Interviews

In 2019, two former Peace Corps volunteers, Jeff Wong and Henry Maillet, embarked on a 1,300 km journey down the Paraguay River and through the Pantanal via rowboat. Along the way, they conducted 44 Climate Crowd interviews to learn how climate change is affecting riverside communities. Extreme heat and variable rainfall are the biggest climate threats affecting the health, livelihoods and food security of local people.      Download report

 

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A. BACKGROUND INFORMATION

A1. Respondent’s role:

A2. Main livelihood(s) in village:

A3. Respondent’s sex:

A4. If the respondent is a woman, is a man present during the survey?:

A5. Years lived in the area:

A6. Age:

B. CHANGES in WEATHER and CLIMATE

B1. What are some of the biggest changes you have observed over the last few years?

B2. What are the biggest changes in weather you have observed over the last few years?

C. IMPACT of CHANGES in WEATHER and CLIMATE and RESPONSES

C1. Main livelihood

C1a. How have the changes in weather you mentioned impacted the main livelihood?

C1b. How have people responded to these impacts?

C2. Natural Resources (e.g. water, wood, etc.)

C2a. How have the changes in weather you mentioned affected natural resources used by the community?

C2b. How have people responded to these impacts?

C3. Other impacts and responses

C3. Are there any other impacts or responses to the changes in weather you mentioned?

D. IMPACTS TO BIODIVERSITY

D1. Have you observed any changes in plants or animals that you suspect might be related to the changes in weather or climate you mentioned?

D2. Are there any actions that people are taking to cope with climate change that impact biodiversity?

D3. Use this space to enter any non climate-related issues the respondent may have mentioned

 

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