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L'IMPACT DU CHANGEMENT CLIMATIQUE

Le changement climatique a un impact considérable sur la vie socio économique de la population du monde entier.
Donc ce changement climatique implique la pauvreté et la rarété des aluments de première nécessitele climat est dimasion particulierement structurante de l'environnement.les temperatures et la pluviometriesont en effet des element determinants du type d'ecosysteme que l'on peut trouver dans un lieu donneece chargement climatique pouvrait de ce fait importantes dansl le fontionnementdes ecosystemesterrestres et marins il pourrait ainsi aggraver la degradation del'environnement en rdc.Désormais, en perspective de changements climatiquesdont les influences pourront etre tres locales,il est necessaire de travailler a la resilience des territoires, par l'attenuation et adatation,face a ces phenomenes extremes et ala densification des populations,
L’évolution du climat donne lieu à des événements climatiques extrêmes, tels que des vagues de chaleur, des périodes de sécheresse, des crues et des ouragans.
le nombre des vagues de chaleur a augmenté depuis 1950, tout comme le nombre des nuits de chaleur aux quatre coins de la planète.la frequence des ouragans,ainsi que l'intesite et duree des tempetes tropicales,l'activite cyclonique tropicale se developpe egalement depuis 1970,environ.
À l’échelle mondiale, un plus grand nombre et une plus forte proportion d’ouragans ont atteint les catégories quatre (caractérisées par des vents soufflant entre 210 et 249 kilomètres/heure) et cinq (caractérisées par des vents soufflant à plus de 249 kilomètres/heure) depuis 1970, en particulier dans les océans Pacifique Nord et Sud-ouest, et dans l’océan Indien.
Certaines régions de la terre deviennent plus humides : diverses études ont montré qu’entre 1900 et 2005, les précipitations avaient considérablement augmenté dans l’est de l’Amérique du Sud et du Nord, en Europe septentrionale et en Asie centrale et septentrionale.
D’autres régions deviennent plus sèches : les précipitations ont diminué dans le Sahel, dans la région méditerranéenne, en Afrique australe et dans certaines régions d’Asie australe. la région touchée par les sécheresses s’est élargie depuis les années 1970.Amesure que al frequence et l'intensite des secheresses augmenteront,lafrique se trouvera confrontee a un strss hydrique croissant et a une diminution progressive des ressources en eau.
Les 50 bassins fluviaux que compte l’Afrique sont en effet presque tous transfrontaliers.
Dans de nombreux pays d’Afrique, selon les evaluatoins nationale,le changement climatique aboutire a une reduction Par exemple pour notre pays à ce moment nous sommes dans la saison sèche, l'agriculture n'est pas favorable à cette saison c'est pourquoi les aluments provenant de la terre sont cher et rare.
Dans cette saison on ne peut pas cultiver sauf dans les marées.

English translation by community member nawara el ramly

The Impact of Climate Change

The climate change has a considerable impact on the socio economical life of the whole world's population.
So this climate change imply poverty and the scarcity of food staples climate is particularly structuring dimension environmental. The temperature and the rainfall are indeed element determinants of ecosystem type that can be found in a place donneece climate loading pouvrait this important fact dansl the ecosystemesterrestres fontionnementdes and sailors could well aggravate the degradation del'environnement rdc .Désormais, perspective changes climatiquesdont influences can be very local, it is necessary to work at the resilience of the territories by the attenuation and adaptation, facing these phenomena and extreme ala densification of populations,
Climate change leads to extreme weather events such as heat waves, droughts, floods and hurricanes.
The number of heat waves has increased since 1950, as has the number of warm nights across the planète.la frequency of hurricanes and the intesite and duration of tropical storms, tropical cyclone activity is also developed since 1970, approximately.
Globally, more and a greater proportion of hurricanes reached category four (characterized by winds between 210 and 249 km / h) and five (characterized by winds of over 249 km / hour) since 1970, particularly in the North Pacific and South-west oceans, and the Indian Ocean.
Some regions of the earth are getting wetter: various studies have shown that between 1900 and 2005, precipitation had increased considerably in the eastern North and South America, northern Europe and northern and central Asia.
Other regions are getting drier: rainfall declined in the Sahel, the Mediterranean, southern Africa and parts of southern Asia. the region affected by drought has expanded since the al 1970.Amesure that frequency and intensity of droughts will increase, lafrique will be faced with increasing water strss and a gradual decrease in water resources.
The 50 river basins that account Africa are indeed almost every border.
In many African countries, according to the National evaluatoins, climate change aboutire to a reduction example for our country at this time we are in the dry season agriculture does not favor this season so aluments from the earth are expensive and rare.
In this season we can not grow unless the tides.

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translation for the journal

the impact of climate change:

the climate change has a considerable impact on the socio economical life of the whole world's population.
so this climate change imply poverty and The scarcity of food staples climate is particularly structuring dimension environmental. the temperature and the rainfall are indeed element determinants of ecosystem type that can be found in a place donneece climate loading pouvrait this important fact dansl the ecosystemesterrestres fontionnementdes and sailors could well aggravate the degradation del'environnement rdc .Désormais, perspective changes climatiquesdont influences can be very local, it is necessary to work at the resilience of the territories by the attenuation and adatation, facing these phenomena and extreme ala densification of populations,
Climate change leads to extreme weather events such as heat waves, droughts, floods and hurricanes.
the number of heat waves has increased since 1950, as has the number of warm nights across the planète.la frequency of hurricanes and the intesite and duration of tropical storms, tropical cyclone activity is also developed since 1970, approximately.
Globally, more and a greater proportion of hurricanes reached category four (characterized by winds between 210 and 249 km / h) and five (characterized by winds of over 249 km / hour) since 1970, particularly in the North Pacific and South-west oceans, and the Indian Ocean.
Some regions of the earth are getting wetter: various studies have shown that between 1900 and 2005, precipitation had increased considerably in the eastern North and South America, northern Europe and northern and central Asia.
Other regions are getting drier: rainfall declined in the Sahel, the Mediterranean, southern Africa and parts of southern Asia. the region affected by drought has expanded since the al 1970.Amesure that frequency and intensity of droughts will increase, lafrique will be faced with increasing water strss and a gradual decrease in water resources.
The 50 river basins that account Africa are indeed almost every border.
In many African countries, according to the National evaluatoins, climate change aboutire to a reduction example for our country at this time we are in the dry season agriculture does not favor this season so aluments from the earth are expensive and rare.
In this season we can not grow unless the tides.

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