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.
The Aspen Institute, 31 January 2018
In countries around the world, farming households are facing the wrath of unpredictable climate patterns. This has not only resulted in hunger related deaths, but also in an… Read more »