Climate change adaptation can help save lives now

Toronto Star: Absent from the global discussions in Doha last week were some of those hardest hit by climate change: the world’s smallholder farmers. In developing countries in particular, farming families struggle to deal with more erratic rainfall, increasing temperatures, and more frequent droughts or floods. All of these factors make families more vulnerable and affect their food security -- their ability to grow or buy the food they need to stay healthy. While the world has prioritized reducing emissions,......

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