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Reclaiming Pedagogies, Episode 6: Climate Resilience in Africa by Stella

This brings me to the question, why climate resilience and not decarbonization for Africa?

The truth is, that the carbon inequality between the developed and developing countries, (lets refer to them as the global North and the South), which is a result of carbon activities by the North, that have led to climate change — because as we know, we refer to human activity as the main cause of climate change- has led to climate events that seem more prevalent in the South, which is the least responsible for carbon emissions.

Climate change in Africa

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Concluding remarks



A Climate Resilience Conversation in the context of Kenya, Africa

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