Arid regions of Africa are expanding by thousands of square kilometers a year, potentially disturbing pastoral routes that have been forged over a long period of time. This disturbance is often said to explain why “herder-farmer” conflicts have erupted in recent years, as pastoralists and agriculturalists compete for increasingly scarce
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https://www.washingtonpost.com/climate-solutions/2020/12/23/climate-change-wine/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=wp_climate-environmentIn Bordeaux, France, rising temperatures are threatening the wine industry. French scientists are hard at work, trying to find varieties of grapes that will thrive in warm weather, yet still deliver a wine known and […]
https://www.sportdiver.com/african-oasis-shelters-marine-life-from-rising-water-temperatures?dom=rss-default&src=syn NewsA 150-mile-long-basin formed thousands of years ago by Mount Kilimanjaro off the coast of Africa is a newly-discovered coral refuge. Original Title: African Oasis Shelters Marine Life from Rising Water Temperatures Full Text of […]