Climate change and variability is no longer a story but rather a serious and obvious global challenge. Data on Loss & Damage help to deal and understand the impact of Climate Change.Therefore we collect and highlight here in the Statistical Data Hub relevant loss & damage data for tanzania:
Climate Change related natural disasters in Tanzania : 70 %
Predicted annual loss due to Climate Change in 2030: 2 % of GDP
Predicted premature annual death due to air pollution by 2030: 6,100
Predicted people under malaria risk by 2070: 114 Mio (+476 %)
Proportion of local governments that adopt and implement local disaster risk reduction strategies in line with national disaster risk reduction strategies(2018): 15,4 %
Number of dead, missing and affected due to climate change related disasters (2018): 179
This profile provides an overview of climate risk issues in Tanzania, including how climate change will potentially impact six key sectors in the country: agriculture, water resources, human health, energy, ecosystems, and infrastructure.
Resources of the Tanzania Meteorological Authority (TMA)
Tanzania Climate Statements: The Climate Statements provide a comprehensive annual summary of the main weather and climate events that occurred in the United Republic of Tanzania in that year and their associated impacts by placing them into proper historical perspectives
Image Source from WorldBank Report: Groundswell Africa.