Seasonal climate forecasts possible in Africa but not helping yet – study

AlertNet: For African farmers struggling to cope with increasingly erratic conditions linked to climate change, there's good -- and bad - news. The good news is that in parts of sub-Saharan Africa, scientists can now issue reasonably reliable seasonal climate forecasts a month or more in advance of the planting season, giving growers a chance to opt for different kinds of crops or other measures to adapt to upcoming conditions. That has the potential to improve food security in many climate-vulnerable......

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