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The African continent is home to 1.3 billion people and contributes less than 4% of global emissions – yet it faces severe climate impacts.
Our latest Climate Conversation, hosted by climate justice campaigner 'Seyifunmi Adebote, highlights the irony of a resource-rich Africa that has been exploited and left behind
But the story isn't over: Africa has the potential to spearhead a post-carbon future.
For this important discussion, 'Seyi is joined by CCAG's Dr Fatima Denton, Director of the UN University Institute for Natural Resources in Africa, and Philip Osano, Centre Director of SEI Africa.
https://youtu.be/Vp6JD06Y3Lc


  • Peter Kamau

    33 w

    Africa is doing an intense job at curbing all its emissions while it suffers the backlash of it all. A solution should be found to all this

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    • Rashid Kamau

      34 w

      Emitters must pay for each tons of greenhouse gases they release into the atmosphere.

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      • Annett Michuki..

        34 w

        emitters should be held accountable for their actions

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        • Munene Mugambi

          34 w

          I think it's time the real emitters pay the price for their activities

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