Africa’s Rainforests ‘More Resilient’ to Climate Change

Africa’s Rainforests ‘More Resilient’ to Climate Change

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papayas photo by Sun StarTropical forests in Africa may be more resilient to future climate change than the Amazon and other regions, a gathering of scientists has said.

An international conference agreed that the region’s surviving tree species had endured a number of climatic catastrophes over the past 4,000 years.

As a result, they are better suited to cope with future shifts in the climate.

(READ the story from the BBC)

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