Scientists at the University of Leeds, UK, are working with different stakeholders in four African countries to produce a framework that will inform agriculture and food systems policies.
Uncertainty about the future makes it difficult for policymakers to take decisions. As a result, scientists are exploring different future scenarios to model climate change impacts in Southern Africa.
Models do much more than predict crop yields – they share meaningful insight on the impacts of climate change. Professor Andy Challinor dives into the thought-process behind iFEED, a new tool to tackle climate change, food security and dietary health in Africa.