Climate Change And Livelihood Resource Security In Cross River State Nigeria
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Climate Change And Livelihood Resource Security In Cross River State Nigeria
The impact of climate change on livelihood resource security is attributed to both man made and natural activities with serious adverse consequences on physical and social environments including human health, food security, economic, political and cultural activities, natural resource exploitation and physical infrastructure. Rural agriculture production is severely hindered manifesting in significantly low yields. In Cross River State of Nigeria a developing country, the risk of climate change is more acute because of the heavy reliance on climate-sensitive sectors of agriculture and fisheries. The Cross River State environment is characterized by high level of poverty, lowDownloadViews: 52

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