Success against salt: Senegalese farmers battle a major climate change threat

dan.rafter@hrc.org September 14, 2017 0

Climate change makes life harder for Senegalese farmers in many different ways: shorter rainy seasons, more frequent and longer dry spells and droughts, a lower water table, floods, coastal erosion, destruction of mangroves, and disruption of fish stocks. But most pernicious of all is the salinization of soil across large tracts of coastal and riverine farmland.

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Success against salt: Senegalese farmers battle a major climate change threat

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