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Besoin de 5 gigatonnes pour plus de réductions

Posted on 10 December 2010 by admin

Par Mantoe Phakathi

CANCÚN, 9 dĂ©c (IPS/TerraViva) – Un rappel de la faiblesse du statu quo alors que les nĂ©gociations climatiques au Mexique tirent vers la fin: mĂȘme si toutes les parties devaient honorer les engagements pris dans l’Accord de Copenhague, les rĂ©ductions des Ă©missions n’atteindraient pas le niveau nĂ©cessaire pour Ă©viter le rĂ©chauffement catastrophique de la planĂšte.
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AFRIQUE: Nourriture contre biocarburants: le débat se poursuit

Posted on 07 December 2010 by admin

Jatropha berries. Credit: John Bwakali/IPS

Jatropha berries. Credit: John Bwakali/IPS

Par Mantoe Phakathi

MBABANE, 7 dĂ©c (IPS/TerraViva) – “Nous allons Ă  CancĂșn pas mieux lotis que nous l’étions Ă  Copenhague”, a dĂ©clarĂ© Thuli Makama, la directrice des Amis de la terre – Swaziland, pendant qu’elle se prĂ©parait Ă  se rendre aux nĂ©gociations sur le climat au Mexique. Continue Reading

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OUGANDA: Le fonds carbone pourrait ne pas profiter aux communautés forestiÚres

Posted on 02 December 2010 by admin

Mabira Forest, Uganda. Credit: S A Perez/Wikicommons

Mabira Forest, Uganda. Credit: S A Perez/Wikicommons

Par Rosebell Kagumire*

KAMPALA, 2 dĂ©c (IPS/TerraViva) – L’Ouganda a perdu plus de deux millions d’hectares de forĂȘt depuis 1990; la plus grande partie a Ă©tĂ© convertie en terre agricole par une population croissante de petits producteurs. Le fonds carbone, Ă  travers le programme REDD, est souvent prĂ©sentĂ© comme un moyen d’arrĂȘter cette destruction, mais seulement Ă  condition que les avantages aillent rĂ©ellement Ă  la base. Continue Reading

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MALAWI: Un herboriste adhÚre à la lutte contre la déforestation

Posted on 02 November 2010 by admin

Unsustainable use of forests is a problem across the Southern Africa region. Credit: Mantoe Phakathi/IPS.

Collins Mtika

MZUZU, Malawi, 2 nov (IPS/TerraViva) – Des dĂ©cennies de culture itinĂ©rante par les agriculteurs ruraux ont menacĂ© les forĂȘts dans le district de Karonga, dans le nord du Malawi. La perte du couvert forestier a Ă©galement menacĂ© les moyens de subsistance de Benjamin Kalowekamo, un herboriste qui dĂ©pend des plantes locales pour prĂ©parer ses dĂ©coctions servant Ă  guĂ©rir des maladies.
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MALAWI: Des sols plus riches assurent la premiÚre défense contre les changements climatiques

Posted on 26 October 2010 by admin

Granary in Mchinji: in the face of declining harvests, farmers are adopting adaptation strategies within their limited means. Credit:FISD/IPS.

Claire Ngozo*

MCHINJI DISTRICT, 26 oct (IPS/TerraViva) – Le Malawi a demandĂ© aux cadres des gouvernements locaux d’élaborer des stratĂ©gies d’intervention locale contre les effets des changements climatiques.
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