Kenya climate change photofilm – now online

17 January, 2011 by (comments)

The third in the series of the Two Degrees Up climate change photofilms – from Kenya – is now online.

The story looks at farming systems in the country’s Mount Kenya region, and looks at some of the methods being employed by farmers to enable them to adapt to the problems caused by rising temperatures and increasingly unpredictable rains. The film also takes a troubling look at what the future could hold if current climate trends continue and water becomes ever more scarce.

The Two Degrees Up series marks the launch of the multi-million dollar CIAT-led, CGIAR-wide Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) Research Program, about which we’ll be bringing you a lot more this year.

See the other Two Degrees Up photofilms:

Two Degrees Up – Colombia – threats to coffee production
Two Degrees Up – Ghana – climate change-related crop failure triggers human migration
Two Degrees Up – Trailer

Related posts from the CIAT blog:

Launch of CGIAR climate change research program featured in New Agriculturist
Climate change photofilms – 5,000 hits and rising

Climate change photostories are now online

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