This initiative aims to turn Africa into a hub for climate action Conversations on how to tackle the climate emergency often focus on how the world’s largest economies can reduce emissions Low- and middle-income countries tend to only come up in the context of adaptation — adjusting to the effects of climate change — or financing to help them recover from loss and damage. But one entrepreneur believes that Africa can put a major dent in global emissions, in a way that supports its own economic transformation while helping the world avoid a climate disaster. James Irungu Mwangi, who founded the Climate Action Platform-Africa, or CAP-A, last year, says countries across the continent have an important role to play in the global climate agenda — not just as recipients of aid, but as drivers of climate action Read more; https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.devex.com/news/this-initiative-aims-to-turn-africa-into-a-hub-for-climate-action-104188/amp
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