By JR on Monday, December 12, 2011
If you bet on every horse in the race, you have a pretty good shot of holding a winning ticket.
2007 : "Africa has always been predicted to be the continent that will be worst hit by global warming and climate change. Could those predictions be coming true? Extreme rains and floods have made for a very wet summer in Africa, and there is no end in sight to the downpours that are swallowing towns and forcing over a million to flee their homes in at least 20 countries. This weather is what climatologists predicted, and it is happening even faster than expected,”
2011: "Drought in east Africa the result of climate change"
Being close to the equator, Africa should be least hit by global warming – which predicts the greatest changes at high latitudes.
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