Africa: Up in Smoke 2
Too much or too little rain can be a matter of life or death in Africa. At different times and in different places across the continent, climate change threatens both. This briefing brings up-to-date the original report from the Working Group on Climate Change and Development, Africa--Up in Smoke?, released in 2005.
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