Geosciences Simple Presentation Simply read the article, and answer the following question using the article provided, and make a list of references at the end of the assignment. This will be a presentation, and you can only speak for two minutes. Therefore, it should not be more than 2 paragraphs, and it is better if the response is timed, so you do not exceed more than 2-2.5 minutes of speaking. Q. What conclusions does the article reach? What is your reaction to these conclusions after reading it? (Convincing, leaving more scope for further questions to be asked, etc) Below, I am attaching the answers to one of the other questions. This is to give you an idea of how long the response should be, and what my thoughts on the article already are: Q. What is the argument of the article? "In a nutshell, the prominent argument of this article is centred on the notion that policies for adaptation to climate change must recognise that climate is only one factor within a complex environment. Hence a challenge is raised when proposing specific suggestions on how to reform the ability to adapt climate change at both a local and national level. Through the exploration of the Mangondi Village, Limpopo Province, South Africa; it is made evident that there are a range of factors which affect communities that are attempting to adapt, thus policies must consider the complex nature of vulnerability, as opposed to single factors such as climate when devising strategies for intervention. In relation to vulnerability, the case study of Mangondi Village illustrates evidence suggesting that poorer farmers are more directly dependent on climatic conditions as they have little opportunity to access efficient resources that reduce it’s impact - such as fertiliser, transport and other business opportunities. Therefore it is vital that policies aimed at supporting adaptation to climate change are clear on what type of adaptation is being supported and who within the chosen target group will benefit, recognising that very few groups will be homogeneous."