Negotiations aimed at getting a new deal on tackling climate change continue in Paris. African delegates say the switch from fossil fuels can't happen quickly enough: a rise in global temperatures will threaten their ability to feed their people.
As policymakers and other actors assemble at the UN climate change conference, there's a sense that the euphoria of Paris is behind us. The tasks of implementation and raising ambition are ahead, says IRENA's Adnan Amin.
African ranchers are forced to seek new pastures after traditional grazing lands have dried up, putting them on a collision course with local farmers. In some areas, lands previously herded are being used for farming.
Terrorism and climate change are widely considered as the two most significant threats of our time, but what few realize is to what extent the two are connected.
This year's climate conference has squarely put the onus on wealthy, high-carbon emitters. African delegates continue to call for less rhetoric and more action for the sake of smaller, high-risk nations.
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