The Birthplace of Humanity.
AFRICA HAS THE
GLOBAL WARMING EMISSIONS OUT OF THE 6 CONTINENTS.
However, Africa also so likely to suffer from some of the worst consequences of climate change through droughts, famine, desertification, and population displacement.
SO HERE WE PRESENT
THE CONTINENT OF
and their issues with climate change, extreme weather, and global warming.
EXTREME WEATHER OF
Not enough water and environmental issues such as desertification are becoming huge problems in Africa, especially since Africa has one of the highest population growth rates.
Extreme weathers are getting more frequent. In some places, heavier rainfall, and others, longer droughts, caused by climate change. Resulted from atmospheric systems and climate change over fragile desert and tropic zones.
HOW THE WEATHER CHANGE HISTORY IN
2010 WEST AFRICAN FLOODS
The floods in West Africa in 2010 had 1.5 million people affected, left 400 dead, and worsened the Cholera Empidemic.
ETHIOPIAN FAMINE OF THE 1980s
Caused by a huge drought in 1983, all the crops died, and in result, over a million citizens have died. Many citizens were displaced to Southern Ethiopia and leave their home.