Four Dimensions of Climate Change in Africa
Four Dimensions of Climate Change in Africa's three most populated countries of Nigeria, Ethiopia, and Egypt.
|Accessing the soil for growing crops in Africa|
It will have an impact on human health, livelihood assets, food production and distribution channels, as well as changing purchasing power and market flows. Its impacts will be both short term, resulting from more frequent and more intense extreme weather events, and long term, caused by changing temperatures and precipitation patterns.
Nigeria agriculture and desertification
|Oko planting seeds on his family's farm|
|Carrying water home|
Ethiopia El Niño-induced drought
|Drought in Ethiopia|
Egypt Climate Change and conflicting water rights
|Egyptian agriculture is almost |
entirely dependent on irrigation.
|Egyptian mother and son|
|Collecting food for animals in Egypt|