How loss of traditional practices contributes to Africa's drought

08/8/2011 | Washington Post, The

Drought alone is not responsible for the famine in Africa, writes William G. Moseley, a professor of geography and African studies at Macalester College. Rather, a number of factors are to blame, including the constriction of herders' routes through countryside, the sale of land to foreign countries and the reliance on cash crops. To address the problem, the world community should encourage traditional practices that are more adaptable to weather conditions, he wrote.

View Full Article in:

Washington Post, The

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Education

Job Title Company Location
K-12 Teachers Needed at Int’l Schools
The International Educator
Multiple Locations
Instructional Designer, ESL
Imagine Learning, Inc.
Provo, UT
Sr. Product Manager - Professional Development
NWEA
Nationwide, SL_Nationwide
Sr. Product Manager - Formative Assessment Product Line
NWEA
Nationwide, SL_Nationwide
Account Executive
NWEA
Multiple Locations, SL_Multiple Locations