Archive Changing the game: How can we unlock the potential of Africa’s livestock systems for climate-resilient economic development?

  • By Margot Steenbergen
  • 12/01/2016

Livestock offer a pathway to climate-resilient economic development in Africa’s drylands © iStock.com/ChanelBcreating

12 January, 12:00 GMT / Join our experts to discuss how investment in resilient livestock markets, ecosystems and livelihoods can help to deliver climate-resilient economic growth in drylands. What can we learn from "Pathways to Resilience in Semi-Arid Economies" (PRISE), see also: http://prise.odi.org. By: Elizabeth Carabine and Guy Jobbins (ODI)

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