For sources of infographics see end of page.
With its rich biodiversity, Bolivia's microcosm is very vulnerable to climate change. The country is shaped by three main natural areas which are the Altiplano (high plateaus situated at more than 3000 meters above the sea) and several mountain chains, the Granc Chaco (huge plains) and the tropical forest.
Strongly impacted by the effects of climate change (droughts, melting of glaciers, flooding, lake of water, soil erosion, deforestation, regular and stronger natural disasters…) but also due to its history of a plurinational State based on several native peoples (two-third of its population), the exploration of Bolivia seemed to be a great opportunity to see the reality of climate change while learning about a new relationship with nature thanks to traditions and knowledge from these small communities.
Sources of infographics
GHG Emission: Worldbank, 2014. World Development Indicators: Energy dependency, efficiency and carbon dioxide emissions.
Population without electricity: Internationl Energy Agency, 2016. World Energy Outlook.
Population in 2016: Worldbank, 2016. Data Total Population.
Population in rural areas: Worldbank, 2016. Data Rural population.
Population without access to water: Worldbank, 2016. Data Improved water source (% of population with access).
Renewable engergy: Worldbank, 2014. Data Renewable electricity output (% of total electricity output).
Average monthly salary: International Labour Organization, 2016-2017. Global Wage Report 2016/2017.