Arid parts of Kenya could get more rain as climate shifts – report

Reuters: Dry areas of Kenya could gain additional rainfall as a result of shifting weather patterns, a report on climate change and food security says. Drier region not normally associated with crop production, such as Kitui, Samburu and Isiolo, could begin seeing enough rain to transform them into maize growing regions, according to the report, contained in a new book from the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and partner organisations. The chapter on Kenya assesses how shifting......

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