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More Than a Buzzword? Resilience to Climate Change in Zimbabwe

Climate change-induced disasters will keep on coming, as sure as the sun rises. But rather than governments and aid agencies swinging into belated – often chaotic – action after they’ve struck, the smarter move is to strengthen communities by building their resistance ahead of time.

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How Cattle Can Fight Climate Change

Farmers of the Sahel have a great challenge facing them, but as with all great challenges there is great opportunity. Hopefully, the farmers will see this opportunity and rise to the occasion, improving their local food security, increasing economic opportunities, decreasing desertification and reversing climate change all through the power of regenerative agriculture.

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Nigeria: Agricultural Policies and Climate Change

Agriculture has being identified as having huge potential in the adaptation and mitigation of climate change. However, the ability of the government to formulate good climate change policies and effectively implement the agricultural sector strategies of the policies are key to the fight against climate change.

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The Smarts of Climate Change Agriculture

The South African government and industry associations have indeed provided support to farmers to help them farm sustainably – starting in the Western Cape, and hoping to branch out to the rest of the country.

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Africa at Highest Economic Risk From Climate Change

Sub-Saharan Africa is home to 17 of the 20 countries most economically reliant on agriculture in the world. Of the 17, all but two are at “high” or “extreme” risk of experiencing changes in temperature and rainfall, and extremes such as drought and floods, according to the Climate Change Exposure Index