Student’s Name: Tutor: Course: Date: 1.0 Great Green Wall for the Sahara Initiative.Table of Contents TOC \o "1-3" \h \z \u 1.0 Great Green Wall for the Sahara Initiative. PAGEREF _Toc491981009 \h 11.1 INTRODUCTION PAGEREF _Toc491981010 \h 22.2 ORIGIN PAGEREF _Toc491981011 \h 23.3 ORGANIZATION PAGEREF _Toc491981012 \h 33.3.1 How the UNCCD has aided the initiative PAGEREF _Toc491981013 \h 33.3.2 Public Awareness and innovation PAGEREF _Toc491981014 \h 44.4 Achievements and Challenge. PAGEREF _Toc491981015 \h 44.4.1 Achievements/ Success PAGEREF _Toc491981016 \h 44.4.2 Challenges PAGEREF _Toc491981017 \h 55.5 CONCLUSION PAGEREF _Toc491981018 \h 6Work cited PAGEREF _Toc491981019 \h 7 1.1 INTRODUCTIONThe Great Green Wall of the Sahara is an Africa's flagship initiative to combat the effects of climate change and desertification (Williams & Gemenne 2015 p. 12). The initiative was introduced to improve life and reliance in the dry lands that surround Sahara. Trees function as the lungs of our planets and serve employment has been created poverty reduced and the living standards for the people changed through the initiative. Work citedBager S. L Dinesh D Olesen A.S Andersen S.P Eriksen S.L Friis Scaling-Up Climate Action in Agriculture: Identifying Successes and Overcoming Challenges. Nordic Council of Ministers 2017:288. Print. Behnke Roy H and Michael Mortimore. The End of Desertification?: Disputing Environmental Change in the Dry lands. Heidelberg : Springer 2016: 560. Print. Chabay .I. Martin .F. and Jennifer .H. Land Restoration: Reclaiming Landscapes for a Sustainable Future. 2016: 598. Print. Eamonn G. The Sahara: A Cultural History (landscape of imagination) Oxford Oxford University Press 2011:150. Print. Jeremy K. The Dying Sahara: US Imperialism and Terror in Africa. London: Pluto Press 2013: 200. Print. Richard St. B. B. Sahara challenge. University of California. Lutterworth Press 1954:106. Print. Williams. R. K Gemenne. F. Organizational Perspectives on Environmental Migration. United States Routledge 2015: 260. Print. [...]
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