Climate, energy, and the Agricultural Sector May 2022

South Africa is exceptionally vulnerable to climate variability and changing weather patterns since it is highly dependent on rain-fed agriculture and limited in high potential cropping land. Governments, the private sector, donor organisations and the public worldwide are making firm commitments to accelerate mitigation and adaptation actions to address climate change, and the pressure for South Africa is mounting to firm up our own actions while delaying to address climate change will increase the environmental and societal consequences amid already dire poverty and low adaptive capacity.


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