Climate change framework does not accommodate agriculture fully

Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) Assistant Secretary General, Stephen Karangizi, says the existing framework for climate change does not explicitly provide for agriculture in the region. Sustained support to agriculture, including conservation agriculture, and other issues must be discussed by member states. COMESA is going to review regional food security situation and measures that could be put in place to increase agricultural productivity. According to Karangizi, it is imperative that climate change issues be addressed the soonest as they had a negative effect on agriculture.  Read more here.
Nomthandazo Nkambule

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