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Adapting to climate change: reflections of peasant farmers in Mashonaland West Province of Zimbabwe
Climate change is projected to have negative impacts on agricultural production in sub-Saharan Africa and this is likely to continue for decades, unless adaptation measures are implemented. The changing climate is a global ...
Natural hazard mitigation strategies review: Actor–network theory and the eco-based approach understanding in Zimbabwe
This paper presents the literature reviewed on the evolution of the natural hazard mitigation perspective and an overview of its progression to date. The article uses information taken from diverse sources such as a globally ...
Climate adaptation in the public health sector in Africa: evidence from United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change National Communications
Climate change has potential to affect human health in various ways. Extreme temperatures and cold both result in deaths, while the changing habitats favouring the breeding of vectors could result in the spread of diseases ...
Impact of climate change on primary agriculture, water sources and food security in Western Cape, South Africa
Climate change is undoubtedly one of the biggest crises that humanity is facing today. There is a robust scientific consensus that human-induced climate change is occurring not only in the Western Cape but around the world. ...