What Africa Can Learn From China About Climate Change Adaptation

China is facing numerous threats from climate change.

These include: increased mean annual temperature, increased frequency and severity of dust storms, decreased rainfall in some coastal areas, increased severity of snow storms and a risk of glacier lake overflow.

These climate-related threats are exacerbated by China's rapid economic development and growing population. These climate threats are expected to have a negative impact on its economy and environment.


V. T. Polywoda


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