Climate Zoning as a Tool to Fight Hunger

A better understanding of the new zones created by climate change would have prepared farmers to adequately cope with the prolonged dry spells - or its opposite, flooding and water logging, writes Ariong Moses for Aspen New Voices Fellowship.

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