livelihood diversification

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Synonyms: income diversification, Diversifikation der Lebensgrundlagen, diversification des revenus, diversificações de lucro, diversificación de ingresos, diversifica��es de lucro, diversificaci�n de ingresos

Income and livelihood diversification gives people in developing countries new opportunities to work in industries other than such that are contribution to climate change like extensive and illegal felling. It also thought to help a community gain more resilience when dealing with the impacts of climate change by giving them a wider choice of occupations.
A livelihood compromises the capabilities, assets (stores, claims, access), and activities required to make a living.

Income diversification through mitigation or adaptation projects, like in renewable energies.

Related terms:
community-based adaptationCommunity based adaptation (CBA) can be viewed simply as an additional layer of community based development activities, practices, research and policies. CBA begins by identifying the communities in the developing world that are most vulnerable to climate change. These are generally very poor, ..., adaptation for food securityA situation that exists when people have secure access to sufficient amounts of safe and nutritious food for normal growth, development and an active and healthy life. Food insecurity may be caused by the unavailability of food, insufficient purchasing power, inappropriate distribution, or ..., adaptive capacityInherent capacity of a system or population to adjust to climate climate impacts or climate change, to moderate potential damages, exploit opportunities, and cope with the consequences. (UKCIP)The combination of the strengths, attributes, and resources available to an individual, community, ..., infrastructure proofingClimate proofing to acceptable levels through long-lasting and environmentally sound, economically viable, and socially acceptable changes., sustainable marketsSustainable markets involves sustainable production, design and transport and offers consumers sustainable goods and services. It also involves fair working conditions for all involved in a process., sustainable livelihoodsSustainable livelihood includes job opportunities that are of a non-invasive type, and exclude extensive felling, heavy fishery, mono-cultures and other activities than permanently harm the environment; it also includes an lifestyle that takes care of any gives assets, such as fresh water or ..., new resource opportunitiesSome countries could benefit from a move towards renewable energies, such as from the photovoltaic industry that will need silicone., green jobsA job that preserves or restores environmental quality., social benefits

Broader terms:
sustainable job creationSustainable jobs are of a non-invasive type, and exclude extensive felling, heavy fishery, mono-cultures and other activities than permanently harm the environment., non-carbon benefits

Narrower terms:
income diversification

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