Climate Change and Agriculture in Zimbabwe - Mark Matsa

Climate Change and Agriculture in Zimbabwe

Sustainability in Minority Farming Communities

This book proves, through empirical research, that indigenous and traditional agricultural communities have experienced severe climate change impacts, and have developed corresponding livelihood strategies to strengthen their resilience in a variable climate. Les mer
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This book proves, through empirical research, that indigenous and traditional agricultural communities have experienced severe climate change impacts, and have developed corresponding livelihood strategies to strengthen their resilience in a variable climate. With a focus on indigenous minority farming communities in the developing region of South-Western Zimbabwe, the study presents both qualitative and quantitative approaches of data analysis to assess sustainability problems amid climate change and climate variability challenges, and proposes potential solutions. In eight chapters, the book expands on the scarce availability of community-based research on climate change and variability in Zimbabwe.
The book is meant for college and university students and stakeholders involved in development work in rural minority farmer communities, especially in climate change prone regions of Africa and other developing countries who have very few options of adaptation and mitigation.
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Forlag: Springer Nature Switzerland AG
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 98
ISBN: 9783030513481
Format: 25 x 18 cm
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Chapter 1. Introduction.- Chapter 2. Climate change and lessons from world indigenous minority farmer communities.- Chapter 3. Climate change and indigenous farmers in Zimbabwe.- Chapter 4. Rainfall and Temperature fluctuations in South-west Zimbabwe(1922-2012).- Chapter 5. Climate Change impact on indigenous minority farmer communities in SW Zimbabwe.- Chapter 6. Interventions on climate climate change among indigenous minority farmer communities in SW Zimbabwe.- Chapter 7. Indigenous minority communities development basket of priorities in SW Zimbabwe.- Chapter 8. Conclusion
Professor Mark Matsa is a Lecturer in the Department of Geography and Environmental Science at Midlands State University, Zimbabwe. His research interests include Waste Management, Climate Change and Sustainable Development, Land cover and land use changes, Water Resources Management, Food Security, Migration, Gender and the Environment, and Biogeography.