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Vulnerability and the Impact of Climate Change in South Africa?s Limpopo River Basin

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With likely long-term changes in rainfall patterns and shifting temperature zones, climate change is expected to increase the frequency of climate-related shocks, such as floods and droughts in Sub-Saharan Africa.

This brief is based on a paper that uses farm households? responses to climate-related shocks in South Africa?s Limpopo River Basin to gauge how farmers are likely to respond to future climate change shocks.

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