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|제목||Defining Uganda's vulnerability index and updating national level indicators for measuring resilience|
Uganda is highly sensitive to climate change and is already experiencing the impacts through increased frequency and intensity of disasters such as droughts, floods and landslides in recent years. Historic records show a decreasing trend in rainfall, but downscaled climate models predict a probable increase in precipitation during the short rainy season as well as a potential increase in extreme events. The Government has set an ambitious goal for its development, aiming to transform into a modern, middle-income country by 2040. The National Climate Change Policy (2015) is aimed at ensuring national development that is climate change resilient (Uganda National Development Plan 2015/16). Climate change mainstreaming has started with five priority sectors: agriculture, water, infrastructure, energy and lands. Understanding regional climate change impacts and assessing vulnerabilities across different sectors is crucial to effectively prepare for future risks imposed by climate change. Such an assessment enables practitioners and decision-makers to identify the most vulnerable areas, sectors and social groups and develop targeted interventions to mitigate the risk.
|이전글||Development of energy audit and reporting guidelines for calculation of the emission factors for fossil fuel power plants|
|다음글||Developing a master plan for green power to gas technology in Lao PDR|