Livestock diversity helps cope with climate change

Livestock diversity or animal genetic resources are terms used to describe the pool of 38 species of domesticated birds and mammals with more than 8 800 breeds currently used for food and agriculture. This infographic shows how livestock diversity can help us to adapt to a hotter and harsher world and make us more resilient to the hazards posed by climate change such as drought, floods and disease.

Date: 14/10/2016
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