Agroecology in Africa: Mitigation the Old New Way

Inter Press Service: Millions of African farmers don’t need to adapt to climate change. They have done that already. Like many others across the continent, indigenous communities in Ethiopia’s Gamo Highlands are well prepared against climate variations. The high biodiversity, which forms the basis of their traditional enset-based agricultural systems, allows them to easily adjust their farming practices, including the crops they grow, to climate variations. People in Gamo are also used to managing their environment......

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