African Farmers Must Adapt Crops To Climate Change, Researchers Say

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Time short to protect Africa’s food supply from climate change — scientists
“Without action to help farmers adjust to changing climate conditions, it will become impossible to grow some staple food crops in parts of sub-Saharan Africa, with maize, beans, and bananas most at risk, researchers said on Monday…” (Rowling, 3/7).

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