AR3 MAGAZINE

Adapting to Climate Change

France’s Climate Research Agenda

April 2016

Africa is the populous continent that pollutes the least, and at the same time suffers the most from global warming. Indeed, Africa is the continent that consumes less energy. For instance, 621 millions of Africans do not have access to electricity. On top of that, within the continent access to electricity is highly uneven: the…

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Yale’s Climate Community Considers Africa

April 2016

Tropical meteorology is one of the great remaining mysteries of Earth science, says Yale scientist Bill Boos. He doesn’t call it “THE” great mystery, but you suspect that’s how he feels. Billions of lives depend on rain-fed agriculture. For Boos, a Yale associate professor who uses math and fluid mechanics to numerically model continental-scale tropical…

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Increasing Climate Awareness in the Horn

April 2016

In May last year, the government of Djibouti and its President H.E. Omar Ismail Guelleh hosted the 2015 East Africa Environmental Risk & Opportunities (ERO) Summit. The event, which was was organized by the National Research Institute, CERD, and the Ministry of Higher Education, successfully brought together ministers, private sector leaders and development experts from…

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