In East Africa, ocean warming has already destroyed parts of the coral reef where certain species live, and reduced fish stocks. In parts of West Africa rising sea levels have resulted in the flooding of coastal zones.
One hurdle standing in the way of greater use of indigenous seeds is their relative lack of availability.
The data is worrying: since the 1970s, the amount of human displacement due to natural disasters has doubled.
“I used to be a man. Now I live like a dog because I am poor”.
The population of Africa in 2100 will be three, four, five or six times larger than it is today.