Middle East and North Africa

The Arab world’s best weapon against climate change? Its young people

Young people across the Arab world are taking up the climate action mantle. Image: REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed

Neeshad Shafi

Alumni, Doha Hub, Arab Youth Climate Movement Qatar

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 Activists from the Arab Youth Climate Movement participating in a climate change March in downtown Doha, Qatar
Activists from the Arab Youth Climate Movement participating in a climate change March in downtown Doha, Qatar Image: IndyAct/Issam Abdallah

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