Climate Change Stories From Around the World. Reuters News Series
Solar irrigation cuts drought risk, emissions for Kenya's farmers. As worsening drought makes harvests more uncertain, Kenya's small farmers are turning to clean small-scale irrigation.
Waning fortunes of Mali's Fulani herders play into Islamist hands. Fulani anger spreads jihad to central and southern Mali as climate change dries up Niger River, exacerbating conflict.
As temperatures soar, Zimbabwe's farmers test maize that can cope. "Now that the climate has changed, it is time for farmers to change too."
Africa's farmers are among the most hurt by climate change. With Africa already hit by crop losses as climate change takes hold, it's time for action for farmers at the UN climate talks.
Catfish spawn climate solution for Kenya's dryland farmers. Farmers are breeding catfish in "home dams" that capture rainwater, helping them cope with water scarcity.
As India's "granary" exhausts groundwater, farmers eye new crops. Experts recommend a rapid shift from rice and wheat to less-thirsty crops, to safeguard Punjab's farm economy.
Kenyan farmers sow resistance to drought, boosting seed demand. Climate-smart crop varieties, combined with local advisors, help farmers reap a decent harvest despite poor rains.