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DEA: South Africa needs more knowledge of climate change impacts

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As the department of environmental affairs (DEA) reported on Monday, global warming has touched South Africa, and now the country needs more research and knowledge to assess the effects of climate change.

According to DEA deputy director-general Dr. Tsakani Ngomane, delegates to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) should discuss the problem of developing countries’ adaptation to global climate change in the near future.

As Ngomane noted, the internal temperatures in South Africa have risen by 2 ° C over a hundred years, which exceeds the rate of temperature increase around the world.

Tsakani Ngomane believes that this is the result of systemic anthropogenic-induced climate change, occurred due to human fault.

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