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Zambezi Atlas of the Changing Environment

The Zambezi River Basin is shared by eight countries. The basin's shared benefits facilitate economic and political cooperation among the countries. In order to sustain the benefits derived from the basin there is need to put in place measures to guard against negative changes to the basin's environment. This video highlights changes in the basin, including deforestation and land degradation. The changes are driven by a growing population, as well as economic growth and poor environmental management practices.

Year: 2013

Produced by: Grid Arendal

Tags: Environmental Atlas environment programme

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