On August 2, 2017, we will use more from nature than our planet can renew in the whole year. By over extracting resources and emitting more greenhouse gasses than can be sequestered, we are scheduled to hit Earth Overshoot Day six days earlier than last year.
WLE is partnering with the Global Footprint Network on Earth overshoot day in order to try and #movethedate back. If we don't work to become more sustainable, our earth will not be able to support us.
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- BriefAmede, Tilahun; Schulz, S.; Warner, J.; Tefera, Solomon. 2019. Managing acid soils for reclaiming livelihoods in Ethiopia. ICRISAT-GIZ, Addis Ababa.
- PosterBharati, Luna; Khadka, Ambika; Kumar, Sudhir; Dhaubanjar, Sanita; Drown, Patrick. 2019. Isotope analysis for understanding mountain springs in western Nepal. International Water Management Institute (IWMI). 1p.
- PosterBharati, Luna;Dhaubanjar, Sanita; Matheswaran, Karthikeyan; Khadka , Ambika. 2019. Tracing recharge zones for spring sources in the mid-hills of Western Nepal using stable isotopes. International Water Management Institute (IWMI). CGIAR Research Program on Water, Land and Ecosystems (WLE). 1p.
Flooding events turned into farming opportunities: Innovation transforms livelihoods of pastoralists in EthiopiaTilahun Amede, Elisabeth Van den Akker, Wolf Berdel, Christina Ketter, Gebeyaw Tilahun, Asmare Dejen, Gizachew Legesse, Hunegnaw Abebe and Mezgebu Getnet. 2019. Flooding events turned into farming opportunities: Innovation transforms livelihoods of pastoralists in Ethiopia. Policy Brief 13, ICRISAT.