Eritrea Striving to Address Negative Effects of Climate Change

Eritrea demonstrating commitment to achieve Land Degradation Neutrality (LDN) by 2030 BY ERI-NEWS Geographically, Eritrea is located in the Sahel region which is prone to drought and erratic rainfall. This situation is aggravated by climate change. Hence, sustainable land management issues assume great importance for countries like Eritrea whose economies highly depend on agriculture.

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A Story of Regeneration and Reforestation from Eritrea

This is a story about how human intelligence and photosynthesis combined to create abundance and natural regeneration in a place where previously only sand, seawater and sunlight existed. BY NICK JEFFRIES The application and potential benefits of circular economy thinking have been widely described in the European context. What has been less commonly explored is […]

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Study on Climate Change and Bumper Crop in Eritrea Hint to Higher Rainfall Levels

By CapEri, Eritrea is expecting a very good harvest due to above average rainfall in most parts of the country. The announcement was made by the country’s Minister of Agriculture, Arefaine Berhe, while marking World Food Day on 16 October 2016 in the Hamelmalo College of Agricul-ture under the theme “Climate is Changing Food and Agriculture […]

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Eritrea: Coping with Climate Change

By Fikrejesus Amahazion (PhD), According to the World Bank (WB), climate change, which will involve more droughts, floods, heatwaves, and other severe weather conditions, poses a great global threat, particularly to poor, vulnerable, marginalized populations, who are often hardest hit by its effects. Notably, multiple stressors, including the spread of HIV/AIDS, the implications of global […]

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