A seasonal shift in precipitation is altering what Bahati Muriga, a 40-year-old mother of three, grows on her farm in Tanzania. People in her community don't talk much about COP21, she told Devex. They do talk about their own livelihoods — and the fact that farmers with more resources will have a better chance of adapting to a new climate than those without.
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