The specter of global climate change has many farmers in sub-Saharan Africa worried. They rely on rainfall to water their crops, irrigation not being a common practice. With climate change threatening to increase average temperatures and alter rainfall patterns, maize production in the region is expected to drop 22 percent by mid-century.
But climate change won’t affect countries in the same way. According to a new analysis, Tanzania might benefit from unexpected trade opportunities...
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