Madagascar is currently the 5th worldwide among countries most exposed to risks due to climate change and the first country in Africa exposed. For 30 years since 1980, natural hazards including droughts, earthquakes, epidemics, floods, cyclones and extreme temperatures, caused economic damage of more than $1 billion in Madagascar and the agricultural sector is among the hardest hit sectors.
This audio production was created through FAO’s partnership with the World Organization of Community Radio Broadcasters (AMARC). This radio programme by JRKDem - Samudra FM in Indonesia focuses on climate change.
Mr. Kustiwa Adinata, Secretary General of the Indonesian IPM Farmers Association (IPPHTI), talks about the impacts and efforts to adapt to climate change in the agricultural sector and coastal areas in Indonesia. Language: Bahasa.
In a country like Uganda where 80% of the population relies upon agriculture for its livelihood, putting agriculture at the heart of plans for climate change adaptation is essential, for which there is full political support.
Bangladesh, being one of the most vulnerable countries in the light of climate change, is experiencing dynamic changes in agricultural practice. The video focuses on the how the changes in the environment is shaping farmer’s attitude in and out the field. Government of Bangladesh has been taking precautionary measures by helping the farmers to cope with the issues – more particularly focused on the climate change.
FAO-AMARC Audio productions (Macedonian)
As the climate continues to warm, major changes may occur in the structure and function of ecosystems, ecological interactions and the geographical cover of species with predominantly negative consequences for biodiversity.
Radio Kanal 103, Macedonia