Climate change is ruining tea growing in Uganda

Most of the countries of Africa It has serious social problems such as widespread poverty and the lack of economic and industrial development, but also the consequences of climate change.

Uganda is an example of this situation in this country se sow tea of good quality due to the fact that its natural conditions are conducive to this crop.

But at present this country is suffering a great drought that is ruining its production due to climate change according to scientists.

This terrible drought affects other areas of Africa such as Somalia, Kenya, Ethiopia among other nations and the worst recorded in several decades that is causing thousands of deaths and economic problems due to not being able to develop the productions they make.

The problems in the tea harvests affect 500.000 workers who depend on their economic subsistence and if production is reduced there is less profit and it makes them even poorer.

According to a report by the International Center for Tropical Agriculture, global warming will continue to generate climate imbalances that will complicate the cultivation of tea and other products that are grown in this African area.

Climate change even producing many victims, but as they are poor and belong to third and fourth world countries, the level of interest of the governments of rich countries does not react not only to help them in the emergency but to combat the underlying environmental problem.

Many wonder why rich countries should help poor countries fight climate change and Environmental degradation The reason is that the economic development of some for decades now means that the poorest are the first to be affected by the effects of climate imbalance.

To ensure that the Environmental crisis it is important that all countries assume their responsibility and act to modify the current reality.

SOURCE: Ecologiablog

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