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Drylands cover two-fifths of the Earth’s land and are home to 2.3 billion people worldwide.
Vulnerability to climate change is the result of complex interactions of various social, political, economic and environmental conditions.
Climate change’s impacts and risks compound conflict, fragility, widening inequalities and food insecurity.
People are vulnerable when they face risks (including from climate change) but can’t easily cope or adapt.
This paper provides an update on the Embassy’s approach to-date in integrating Climate Action across all the work of the Mission. It is designed to contribute to the
Boosting agricultural production to meet the food demands of growing and more prosperous populations increasingly comes with a cost to the ecosystems upon which human
Agricultural expansion is the greatest driver of the loss of nature and its biodiversity and ecosystem services worldwide.
The Embassy of Ireland in Dar es Salaam, in line with Ireland’s new International Development Policy “A Better World”, has developed a work plan to “Green” the Mission
This report provides an overview of Ireland’s international financial support in 2018 to the objectives of the Rio Conventions on climate change, biodiversity and dese
Cooking activities, deforestation and sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) are dynamics that closely interact in displacement settings across the globe.