Agritech Is Digging Deeper To Cultivate Climate Resilience In Africa

By  |  March 30, 2023

Agriculture has always been at the mercy of the natural elements. But with climate change now the (bigger) elephant in the room, the stakes are considerably higher. 

As temperatures reach for the skies, weather patterns shift and extreme atmospheric events become more common, farmers face a new crop of challenges to produce ample food for the mass market. 

Meanwhile, agriculture also substantially contributes to greenhouse gas emissions, making it both a victim and perpetrator of climate change. 

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