Central Asia climate information products 2020

Zoï, together with the Central Asia Regional Environmental Centre and in collaboration with national partners, has produced a number of new climate information products.

Women, food and climate change in Central Asia: Readers will discover food traditions and famous dishes of Central Asia, and will learn about the climate footprint associated with food production and cooking and find out how to reduce it.

Climate change in Central Asia. Illustrated summary: Covering global, regional and national climate change issues, this summary provides insight into GHG emissions, the vulnerabilities in Central Asia and the transition to clean energy, and highlights regional solutions.

Climate change in Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. Illustrated summaries: Presented in the infographic format in four languages, these booklets explain national features, climate trends and impacts, emissions, and adaptation and mitigation efforts.

Illustrated Russian–Tajik glossary on hydrometeorology and climate change: Prepared in close collaboration with the Tajik Agency on Hydrometeorology and the Committee on Environmental Protection, this illustrated glossary targets a diverse group of local readers in Tajikistan – from students and farmers to experts.

CAMP4ASB infographics: The largest regional project on climate change in Central Asia is explained in infographics that feature project objectives, outcomes, partners and information products.

Products

Publication Women, food and climate change EN
Publication Women, food and climate change RU
Publication Climate change in Central Asia EN
Publication Climate change in Central Asia RU
Publication Climate change in Tajikistan EN
Publication Climate change in Tajikistan RU
Publication Climate change in Tajikistan TJ
Publication Climate change in Uzbekistan EN
Publication Climate change in Uzbekistan RU
Publication Climate change in Uzbekistan UZ
Publication Russian-Tajik glossary on hydrometeorology
Publication CAMP4ASB infographics EN
Publication CAMP4ASB infographics RU