Kenyan University Offers Degree Programs on Climate Change

Voice of America: Changing climate conditions are making it harder for people in East Africa, most of whom grow food or raise livestock, to survive. Rainy seasons are changing, destructive floods and temperatures have risen, and the soils have become drier than in recent years. Among the hardest hit are arid and semi-arid regions, small islands and the coastal strips. Environmental experts say it's important for the people of the region to learn to adapt. In an effort to help farmers, the University of Nairobi......

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