Climate change impacting food supply in Ghana | Culture Collapse Disorder | Scoop.it
Nearly 700,000 people in Ghana are staring at hunger as climate change has started taking a toll on food security in this West African nation of 25 million people, a survey shows.

 

"Severe warming, floods and drought may reduce crop yields. Livestock may be at risk, both directly from heat stress and indirectly from reduced quality of their food supply, while fisheries would be affected by changes in water temperature," Hans Adu-Dapaah, director of theCrop Research Institute (CRI), told IANS. 

He said evidence of climate change in Ghana was that the mean annual temperature had...(click title for more)