‘Africa loses 5-15% in GDP each year due to climate change’ – UNEP

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By Tom Collins. Published on October 17, 2022

The best strategy to adapt to a climate emergency is to empower people through investing in simple clean energy solutions, says UNEP's deputy regional director for Africa.