World Bank says African food, global warming crises can drive talks agenda

Associated Press: International climate change negotiators in Africa later this year will be looking back on the famine now sweeping eastern parts of the continent, and ahead to predictions that climate change will hurt Africa's future food production, a World Bank expert said Tuesday. "The challenges are overwhelming,' Andrew Steer, the World Bank's special envoy on climate change, said in an interview with The Associated Press. "Africa needs to triple food production by 2050,' he said. "At the same time, you've......

Read Complete Article at Water Conserve: Water Conservation RSS Newsfeed

You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

Leave a Reply