Case Studies in Cameroon, Nigeria and Uganda
Edited By Chukwuemeka Christopher Opara and Bernard Palmer Kfuban Yerima
Strategies adopted in preserving plant and animal species endangered by climate change in Sub-Saharan Africa
The rate of biodiversity and ecological degradation in Sub-Saharan Africa is alarming due to climate change impacts. The application of farmers’ indigenous knowledge in cover cropping, agro forestry systems, use of botanic gardens, adaptation measures, regenerative agricultural practices, establishment of game and forest reserves, breeding crop and animal varieties that adapt to climate change, setting up of gene banks and building a strong environmental protection and information policy by government in Sub-Saharan Africa will go a long way to combat the impacts of climate change and preserve endangered biodiversity in the ecosystem.
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