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Young people are creating a new climate narrative for African drylands

What does climate action look like if you’re a young person from one of the countries with the lowest per capita carbon footprints in the world?

Publisher Climate Home News
By Mairi DuparEmma Lovell

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    Young people are leading on climate action in their communities and are putting healthy natural ecosystems and decent work prospects first. In the drylands of east and west Africa, where traditional economic activities create hardly any emissions, but climate change hits hard, a generation of young people is seeking climate-resilient futures.

    Read more in this article for Climate Home News.

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