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Identifying Climate Adaptive Solutions to Displacement in Somalia: Assessment Report
The climate in Somalia is projected to become drier, warmer, more erratic, and more extreme than in recent decades and thus less favourable to crop, livestock, fisheries, and forestry-based livelihood systems. Other likely impacts include reduction of vegetation for grazing and more variable water availability, with grave impacts on livestock herding and livelihoods. Rising sea temperatures and acidification will reduce fish stocks and change their distribution.
Samuel Hall, https://reliefweb.int/sites/reliefweb.int/files/resources/Identifying%2BClimate%2BAdaptive%2BSolutions%2Bto%2BDisplacement%2Bin%2BSomalia%2B-%2BIOM-UNEP%2B-%2BFinal%2BDraft%2B-%2B19FEB2021.pdf