Vulnerable Populations: The Role of Population Dynamics in Climate Change Resilience and Adaptation in Africa
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Samways, David. 2023. “Vulnerable Populations: The Role of Population Dynamics in Climate Change Resilience and Adaptation in Africa”. The Journal of Population and Sustainability 7 (2):5-13. https://doi.org/10.3197/JPS.63799953906870.
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