A consistent approach has been applied for 52 developing countries in order to produce an ‘off the shelf’ analysis of climate data, and also make available the underlying data for each country for use in further research.
For each of the 52 countries, a report contains a set of maps and diagrams demonstrating the observed and projected climates of that country as country average timeseries as well as maps depicting changes on a 2.5° grid and summary tables of the data. A narrative summarises the data in the figures, and placing it in the context of the country’s general climate. A dataset containing the underlying observed and model data for that country, is made available for use in further research projects. The files are smaller and more manageable than the global fields made available by the PCMDI, and in text format which can easily downloaded, read and manipulated. Visit list of available country data.
- The Climate Change Project An activity of the Platform for Agrobiodiversity Research
- New Danish Website on climate change dialogue Agrobiodiversity and climate change 24/01/2009
- The Dialogue on Climate Change Adaptation for Land and Water Management was launched in November 2008. On 24-25 February 2009, The Danish Development Co-operation will organise a Regional Workshop in Bamako, Mali. The workshop will focus on the regional priorities and challenges in Africa regarding adaptation in land and water management.
- Climate change threatens the fight against poverty. Perspectives on climate change from Norway and Sweden. See Elids