Climate change poses a threat to economic growth and long-term prosperity of many countries around the world. Africa is not an exception, considering the actual and potential impacts of climate change and climate variability that will threaten its vulnerable sectors and human populations. African countries are projected to experience changing rainfall patterns, rising sea levels, and higher temperatures that will affect food security, agricultural production, water availability, and public health, among others. These climate change impacts and climate variability can further produce social and political problems, such as rural-urban migration and water resource disputes.
Planning for Climate Change in African CitiesUnited Cities and Local Governments of Africa
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TOP REVIEWS FROM PLANNING FOR CLIMATE CHANGE IN AFRICAN CITIES
I have learned a lot from the course, it has build my knowledge and skills through this I am competent to apply and advise policy making and development agencies on climate change
A Very important course for the 21st Century Urban Planners and Decision-makers.
It give an indepth knowledge on community level urban practice in south africa. It will be a great aid for my carrier growth. Also faculties and peers are very good to improve myself.
The course was very educative however the links should be updated.
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