Sixteen-year-old reporter Gertrude Clement from Tanzania hosts a weekly radio show with her friends, documenting the effects of climate change on children in her hometown, Mwanza .
African governments must take a fresh look at how they monitor climate change so they could 'identify what it brings to their countries,' warns Anaclet Rwegyarura.
Poland recently passed a bill that bans spontaneous protests and allows police surveillance at this year’s world climate summit. Civil society groups say Poland wants to silence environmental defenders.
Tanzanian farmers are looking for opportunities to grow and sustain their business in complex environments. This requires not only improved inputs and technology but also new thinking, says Anaclet Rwegayura.
Sixteen-year-old Getrude Clement is trying to help the planet with her radio show about how climate change affects children in her Tanzanian hometown.
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