Do Africans have the means to achieve green development? | Climate



The first Africa Climate Summit will address how to tackle the continent’s climate change challenges.

African nations are demanding climate justice.

Their continent suffers the most from a warming planet, and they want wealthy nations to help with the cost.

That is why leaders have been gathering in Kenya for a first-of-its-kind summit on climate change.

They want to unite in a single voice to strengthen their position on the global stage.

But although African countries are ambitious about green development, can they go it alone?

Presenter: Imran Khan


Serah Makka-Ugbabe – Africa executive director for the ONE Campaign

Donald Ikenna Ofoegbu – programme manager of sustainable Nigeria programmes with the Heinrich Boell Foundation, an Africa policy think-tank

Maurice Onyango – regional head of disaster risk management for Plan International


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