Climate change in Africa: What will it mean for agriculture and food security?
| Elliot CarletonEcological crisis
Climate change continues to pose serious challenges for African agriculture. Hunger on the continent affects 240 million Africans on a daily basis. In this article, Elliot Carleton raises concerns about the longer term impact of climate change on agriculture and food production on the continent. The need to provided African farmers with the necessary resources to adapt to climate change is imperative.
University researchers asked to help combat climate change
| Alice Tembasi
Vikalp Sangam: A Movement for Alternatives
| Made by Srishti Films for Kalpavriksh