BP 546: Envisioning a Just Transition by Lovedonia Mkansi

As a continent, Africa accounts for the smallest share of global greenhouse gas emissions, in contrast to the large economies such as China, the USA and some countries in Europe. Yet, Africa is particularly vulnerable to climate change due to its weak adaptive capacity and the ever-increasing global political-economic inequality. With increasing temperatures, rising sea levels, changing precipitation patterns, and more extreme weather events, there are many threats to human safety and socio-economic development in Africa.

 

BP546 Envisioning a Just Transition by Lovedonia Mkansi