Look beyond hotspots to help people weather climate shocks: study

Reuters: Targeting money only at areas hit by drought and other climate extremes in an effort to build resilience among the world’s poorest may be ineffective, researchers said. In Mali, for example, over much of the last decade, farmers and herders have struggled with worsening drought that has killed crops and animals and often made rural people poorer and hungrier. But the fallout from those losses has impacts far beyond drought-hit regions, new research by the London-based Overseas Development Institute......

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