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Climate change poses growing threats to vulnerable Africa, U.N. says
by Maggie Fick
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26 October 2020
On 26 October 2020 Reuters reported:
Floods, droughts, hotter weather and a desert locust invasion -- the impacts of climate change are hitting Africa hard, and worse is ahead for the region's food supplies, economy, and health, the U.N. climate agency said on Monday [26 October]. Temperatures have been rising on the continent of 1.2 billion at a comparable rate to other regions, but Africa is exceptionally vulnerable to the shock, according to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).
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Warming temperatures are slashing crop yields. Agriculture is the backbone of Africa's economy.
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