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Published on Nov 29, 2010
Farmers in the Upper West Region of Ghana are finding that rising temperatures and increasingly unpredictable rains are compounding the long-running problems of population pressure and declining soil fertility. The CGIAR's Climate Change Research Program, led by CIAT, is seeking sustainable scientific solutions to help small farmers prepare for - and rise to the challenge of - climate change. The Two Degrees Up series of photo stories takes a closer look at the scale of the challenge ahead. For more, visit www.ciat.cgiar.org and www.ccafs.cgiar.org. For more information about these photo stories, contact Neil Palmer - firstname.lastname@example.org