Climate change is making it harder to grow enough nutritious food to adequately feed our planet’s population. Temperature increases, rainfall pattern shifts, reduced water availability and increased frequency and intensity of extreme weather events are all impacting agricultural productivity.
Across Africa, this challenge is particularly acute. Whilst the continent is responsible for less than 4 percent of global anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions, it’s likely to experience disproportionately frequent and severe extreme weather events going forward.
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