By Christopher Chisi
The Food and Agricultural Organization has warned that farmers in different parts of the world can expect agricultural yields to either rise or fall over the next three decades due to climate change.
In Zambia especially parts of central and Southern Provinces, farmers are already grappling with the effects of climate change as most of their crops have dried up.
It is therefore imperative that the country continues to design and implement interventions that could increase the adaptive capacity of smallholder farmers and measures that would contribute towards mitigation efforts of climate change.
Details in the following report by Christopher Chisi.