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Tuliswayo Muteba from Zambia studies environmental science in Livingstone. Born into the sound of the Victoria Falls, she daily sees how the forests surrounding the World Natural Heritage site are damaged and cut down. Muteba passionately teaches the young generation about the value of nature.
All round the globe people will be taking to the streets to join the 'March for Climate'. The protest marks 100 days of the Trump administration. The new President has already made good on his campaign threats to remove environmental protection. As German climate economist Claudia Kemfert says, there is a real danger that these moves could jeopardize the global transition to renewables.
Eastern European countries didn't quite catch the "March for Science" fever in the way their western counterparts did. With enthusiasm less than overwhelming in Prague in the Czech Republic, correspondent Rob Cameron travels to Bratislava find out what's bothering Slovakia's scientists.