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Will these plants save millions of lives from climate change?

Fodder Shrubs of Arid Central Australia

Niger, a wadi. Image — Wikimedia Commons by NigerTZai

We may have to look to species even more adapted to low average annual rainfall in order to provide feed for domestic grazing animals in West Africa.

It is best practice to revegetate drought-affected areas and repair desertification with naturally occurring native…




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Peter Miles

Peter Miles

45 years in Environmental Science, B.Env.Sc. in Wildlife & Conservation Biology. Writes on Animals, Plants, Soil & Climate Change.

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