One Trillion Trees

How a Great Green Wall could help Africa combat climate change

Regular droughts in the Sahel region lead to shortages of food and drinking water. Image: REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (CHAD) - GM1E4660CQ401

Elvis Paul Tangem

Coordinator of the Great Green Wall Initiative, African Union Commission

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