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AGROECOLOGICAL PRACTICES FOR CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION IN SEMIARID AND SUBHUMID AFRICA

AGROECOLOGICAL PRACTICES FOR CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION IN SEMIARID AND SUBHUMID AFRICA

Climate change is expected to strongly affect African farming systems. As vast proportions of African countries’ populations rely on agriculture for livelihood and food security, there is a need to adapt current practices and develop new climate-resilient strategies and farming systems. Here, we inventory and review which agroecological practices currently implemented in semiarid and subhumid Africa can promote adaptation to climate change. This work was carried out through extensive literature research, plus interviews with 24 experts from different African and French NGOs active in agricultural development programs in Africa.

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Type de publication
Article scientifique

Auteur

Valentine Debray, Alexander Wezel, Adeline Lambert-Derkimba, Katia Roesch, Geir Lieblein & Charles Andrew Francis

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Année de publication

2018

Pays

NC

ISBN

NC

Langue(s)

Anglais

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