Africa Steps Forward in Tackling Climate Change
Written by Mfundo on 31 December, 2020
Sub-Saharan Africa is responsible for only four percent of the annual global greenhouse emissions that cause climate change, but Africa is the continent experiencing some of the worst impacts.
Climate Change, Energy and Resilience of the Africa office of the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives senior manager, Meggan Spires, says there are signs of hope in solving these challenges.
Spires points out that 2020 will be remembered as the year Africa’s capital cities stepped forward to tackle climate change in a very real way.
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