Africa’s fisheries least able to adapt to climate change

August 25, 2009 • Daily Email Recap

African nations’ fisheries will be hardest hit by climate change, according to a report released yesterday that attempts to determine which countries are most vulnerable to effects ranging from damage to coral reefs to changing river flows and stronger coastal storms.

The report by the WorldFish Center identifies 33 countries whose economies are “highly vulnerable” to climate change because they rely heavily on fisheries to supply food and income.

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