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Idea on creating dedicated roads for bikers to reduce congestion and emissions in African countries

African heads of state, I urge you to consider the creation of bike lanes in your cities as a key strategy to reduce carbon emissions and combat climate change. With the increasing number of cars on the road, the air quality in many African cities has drastically declined, posing significant health risks to citizens. The implementation of bike lanes can significantly reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, while promoting healthier lifestyles and reducing traffic congestion. By investing in bike infrastructure, you can improve the well-being of your citizens and secure a sustainable future for Africa. It is time to prioritize bike lanes and create a healthier, more livable continent for generations to come.

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  • Daniel Waweru

    69 w

    An impressive yet desperate cry to the African leaders here, i hope they take this into action

    • Kevin

      69 w

      Adapting bikes for climate change is a brilliant idea.Also people will keep fit while at it.

      • Jane Wangui

        69 w

        People should be encouraged to use bikes more 1. It is one of the most advised method for those who want to keep fit. And the greatest of them all is that it reduces carbon emissions in our environment.

        • rosebellendiritu

          69 w

          Can be a good step in encouraging use of bikes more

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