Warmer seas affecting food security and livelihoods in Tanzania | #WorldWeWant

Rising sea surface temperatures are forcing fish to deeper waters affecting the food security, livelihoods, and way of life of communities in the coastal town of Kaole, Tanzania. Local fishers are building artificial reefs to mitigate the devastating climate impacts but they are calling for support as it threatens their food security. Governments must protect their citizens’ future and build the #WorldWeWant????

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