22.03.2017 – Satellites supply data about the condition of approximately 15 million hectares of land under rice cultivation. Insured farmers can access compensation quickly in the event of crop losses.
Climate change affects women and men differently. Unequal access to resources, rights and opportunities between women and men means that they also experience the impacts of climate change and disasters in different and unequal ways. To ignore these inequalities is to ignore a key factor in the success or failure of our work. Women play an essential role in tackling the climate change challenge. They are demonstrating innovative ways to adapt to the effects of climate change and build resilient societies.
05.06.2015 – The Mekong Delta in Viet Nam feeds approximately 145 million people in Asia, but the region is increasingly threatened by climate change. GIZ is therefore supporting local authorities to adapt the coastal region to the changing conditions.