December 20, 2011

Africa Must Adapt to Drought in Warmer World

Ker Than, National Geographic


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Flexible farming methods and the ability to quickly change tactics to deal with unpredictable swings in rainfall will be vital if African nations are to survive climate change in the coming decades, scientists say.

 

 

 

"Adaptability I think will be the key," said Mark Mulligan, a geographer at King's College London in the United Kingdom.

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TAGGED: Drought, Global Warming, Africa

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