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Climate Change and Food Systems Resilience in Sub-Saharan Africa

By: LL Ching, S Edwards and N El-Hage Scialabba
Climate Change and Food Systems Resilience in Sub-Saharan Africa
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  • Climate Change and Food Systems Resilience in Sub-Saharan Africa ISBN: 9789251068762 Hardback Jul 2011 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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This volume demonstrates the possibility of harmonizing agricultural production with the wellbeing of the biosphere - and that this can be achieved in Africa, our biosphere's least developed continent, and the continent which is likely to suffer most from climate change. The work presented in this volume stems from a Conference on Ecological Agriculture held in Ethiopia in 2008. Through the discussions held during this Conference and field visits to Tigray, a region struck by hunger in the eighties and largely food secure today, participants shared insights on Africa's potential for intensifying its agriculture through a better use of natural resources and ecosystem services.

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By: LL Ching, S Edwards and N El-Hage Scialabba
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