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Mozambican researchers are to debate on Monday and Tuesday ways of adapting to and reducing the effects of climate change, as the country is one of the most exposed to the issue in the world.
The event is being hosted by the Faculty of Natural Sciences of Lúrio University (UniLúrio) in Pemba, northern Mozambique, which is going to hold a conference on biodiversity, climate change and sustainable development.
Under the motto “for a sustainable development with biodiversity, taking into consideration climate change,” the conference aims to reflect on current trends of the effects of climate change, the faculty announced.
The event is also set to address issues related to advances in research on the dynamics of ecosystems and maintenance mechanisms related to the changes.
The conference is organised by a partnership with the Norwegian embassy, Terra Viva Centre and Telecommunications of Mozambique.
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