Climate Change Resilience Projects

The scientific evidence is overwhelming:

The climate is changing, and human activity is the primary factor in the acceleration of climate change over the past century.

Regardless of how successful humans are at limiting the root causes of our warming planet, society is facing significant impacts—from more frequent and severe weather, ocean warming and acidification, extended periods of drought and extreme temperatures, and other deleterious effects of climate change. Making buildings, systems, and communities more resilient to shocks and stresses requires understanding the concept of risk and how to manage it.

Action to reduce the impact of climate change is critical. The Paris Agreement sets a goal to limit the increase in global average temperature to well below 2°C above pre-industrial levels and to attempt to limit the increase to 1.5°C.
Implicit in these goals is the need for a transition to a low-carbon energy sector, which accounts for two-thirds of global emissions.
Renewable Energy, coupled with energy efficiency gains, can provide 90% of the CO2 emissions reductions needed by 2050.
At TESCL, we fight for a more sustainable world by spreading information about climate change, supporting alternative energy research and sources, advocacy for renewable energy, protecting the environment, encouraging sustainable trade and consumption, and promoting more equal and sustainable lifestyles.
Climate change affect our society through impacts on a number of different social, cultural, and natural resources. At TESCL, we implement projects to boost the adaptability of communities by linking livelihood to pastrolists, agriculture and fisheries societies.
Climate change disproportionately affects the poorest people in the world. At TESCL, we work with policy and research partners to redress the balance by helping the poor in low and middle-income communities to achieve climate resilience and development. We strive for fair deals for people exposed to increasingly severe and unpredictable climate that can destroy livelihoods and exacerbate poverty. In particular, we identify, generate, share and employ new knowledge that can be used to shape development polices, practices and programmes to address climate change.
In Tanzania, agriculture sector is undergoing substantial stress from climate change-induced increases in temperature, variability in rainfall and extreme weather events that could trigger crop failures, pest and disease outbreaks, and the degradation of land and water resources. Women and youth play vital roles in ensuring food security and enhancing agricultural productivity. At TESCL, we conduct study to:
  • Gather information on current climate context and possible future climatic change scenarios in regions of your choice.
  • Identify climatic change risks, livelihoods, investments and environment- with focus on your crop of your choice.
  • Identify potential adaptation and coping responses for climatic risks identified across the crop of your choice.
  • Understand institutional, program and policy context for implementing climate smart agriculture (CSA) in line with climate profiling and services.
  • Our compliance management systems identify and address environmental issues in a practical way, to meet operational needs, demonstrate a focus on relevant statutory requirements and facilitate real improvements in environmental performance, community relations and business outcomes. We work with clients to tailor compliance management systems that complement on-site and corporate management programs.

    At TESCL, we offer;

    • Environmental monitoring
    • Environmental management systems development and implementation
    • Comprehensive environmental impact assessment and Audit processes
    • Development and implementation of practical environmental management solutions to address their strategic and day to day site environmental management issues
    • Development of conceptual plans, pre-feasibility plans, progressive rehabilitation, and detailed closure plans
    • Conduct environmental and social study
    • Emergency and pollution incident response plan

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