Climate Change as a Growing Threat to Environmental Sustainability in Africa: Mitigation and Adaptation options for African States.
Briefs and Policy Reviews
The 21st century has witnessed the emergence of climate change as a defining global challenge, exerting profound impacts on ecosystems, economies, and societies worldwide. Despite contributing a relatively modest share to global greenhouse gas emissions, Africa finds itself disproportionately affected by the ramifications of climate change. In this context, this article delves into the pivotal issue of how climate change imperils environmental sustainability in Africa. It accentuates the multifaceted consequences and elucidates potential pathways for mitigation and adaptation, with a focus on innovative Climate Auction Models and evolving African policies.
He is a researcher, program manager and M&E specialist in the Horn of Africa. His research focuses on the prevention and countering of violent extremism (P/CVE), border security, rehabilitation, and reintegration (DDR), migration, and climate change.
Executive Director - Scofield Associates
SA/PB - March 2023
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