3 edition of An exploratory study on adapting to climate change in coastal areas of Sri Lanak found in the catalog.
An exploratory study on adapting to climate change in coastal areas of Sri Lanak
|Statement||Shanila Athulathmudali, Amila Balasuriya, Karin Fernando|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||2012323862|
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An exploratory study on adapting to climate change in coastal areas of Sri Lanka/ Shanila Athulathmudali, Amila Balasuriya, Karin Fernando. – Colombo: Centre for Poverty Analysis, – 62p. ; 29 cm. (Working paper Series No. ) ISBN: Price: i. DDC 23 ii. Title iii. Balasuriya, Amila iv. For agricultural adaptation, the mechanism is to (1) develop Integrated pest management practices for the pest control, (2) develop climate resilient, heat, drought, flood, salt tolerant varieties of crops, (3) demarcate Agro-Ecological Regions in Sri Lanka with current and future climate, and recommend appropriate crops for different areas to reduce vulnerability, and (4) introduce suitable.
Climate change in Sri Lanka is a threat to the island's biodiversity, including its marine ecosystem and coastal coral reef environments.
Sea-level rise due to climate change has the potential to affect the overall abundance of endemic species. Sri Lanka's costal regions such as Northern and Northern Western provinces are considered major hotspots and extremely vulnerable to climate change.
Book Description. Coastal communities are at the frontline of a changing climate. Escalating problems created by sea-level rise, a greater number of severe coastal storms, and other repercussions of climate change will exacerbate already pervasive impacts resulting from rapid coastal population growth and intensification of development.
This chapter presents a conceptual framework for integrating ecosystem values into climate-compatible development planning. Case studies from coastal areas of Kenya and Sri Lanka illustrate how such an approach can be applied in practice to make the economic and business case for ecosystem-based by: 1.
Vindya Hewawasam, Kenichi Matsui, Equitable resilience in flood prone urban areas in Sri Lanka: A case study in Colombo Divisional Secretariat Division, Global Environmental Change, /cha, 62, (), (). Athulathmudali S, Balasuriya A, Fernando K () An exploratory study on adapting to climate change in coastal areas of Sri Lanka.
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According to an exploratory study on adapting to climate change in coastal areas of Sri Lanka by Shanila Athulathmudali, et al, nearly 70 per cent of the paddy cultivated is in the dry zone which has an average annual rainfall of less than mm.
Consequently, adaptive measures are vital when climate goes haywire. Coastal erosion continues to be a major issue in coastal zone management. Coastal erosion has been accelerated in many areas of Sri Lanka’s coastline due to activities of humans, both within and at the inland of the coastal zone (Table ).Managing human activities and development initiatives along an already eroding and continually developing coastline is so much complicated.
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Risks in these areas are projected to increase because of rising sea levels and development pressures. This report reviews how OECD countries can use their national adaptation planning processes to respond to this challenge. Description This book focuses on the challenges people face in managing agricultural crops, aquaculture, fisheries and related ecosystems in areas of coastal zones in the tropics of Asia, Africa, Australia and South America.
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in all areas of the field. A sustainable world is one in which human needs are met equitably without sacrificing the. Sri Lanka, formerly called "Ceylon", is an island nation in the Indian Ocean, southeast of the Indian subcontinent, in a strategic location near major Indian Ocean sea nation has a total area of 65, km², w km² of land and 2, km² of water.
Its coastline is 1, km ( mi) long. Climate change adaptation planning, research and practice. weADAPT is a collaborative platform on climate change adaptation issues. It allows practitioners, researchers and policy-makers to access credible, high-quality information and connect with one another.
Coastal Areas. Global climate change threatens coastlines and the buildings and cities located along them. Hundreds of millions of people around the world live in low–lying areas near the coast that could be flooded as the sea level rises.
Rising sea level will also erode beaches and damage many coastal. Sri Lanka’s overall experience, including its mediated peace process during the war years, remains instructive.
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TERI is organizing a webinar on "Scope and potential of Coastal Ecosystems in mitigating climate change" on 18th August The overall objective of this webinar will be the recognition of these coastal ecosystems in climate change mitigation and their contribution towards the achievement of India’s NDC target.
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