Learning to save water in Madagascar
The efficient use of the rare water resources in Madagascar is a huge problem. A water-management program, set up by the WWF is not only serving to protect forests, but also helps locals use their water resources sustainably, and therefore improve their farming opportunities. 35,000 people are living on the Mahafaly Plateau, one of the driest corners of Madagascar, and climate change poses a serious threat to people’s livelihoods.
DateJuly 29, 2011
Tagsanimals, axel warnstedt, biodiversity, madagascar, maki, mamals, michael wetzel, savety, tutoring, water, zebu