Climate change in Mali

In the last 50 years:


- temperatures have increased by 3 degrees centigrade

- rainfall has reduced by 23%

- 80% of people live from the land but farmers can no longer grow enough food to feed their families

- each year the soil is becoming poorer and less productive


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