Experts Warn Adapting Central Africa's Agriculture to Climate Change Will be Costly

The adaptation of agriculture to climate change in Central Africa is a costly undertaking, which requires the mobilisation of important human and financial resources and technology transfer. This is one of the main conclusions arrived at by a panel of some twenty experts from the countries of the sub-region, the CEMAC commission and other international bodies invited by the ECA to a capacity building workshop on mainstreaming climate change related concerns into agricultural policies, organized from 2 to 4 December 2015 in Douala, the economic capital of Cameroon.

Tingju Zhu


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