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COP26: What outcomes does Africa need from the summit?

The IMF estimates sub-Saharan Africa has loses of over $520 million in direct economic damages annually as a result of climate change. Image: Unsplash/ James Wiseman

Portia Adade Williams

Research Scientist, CSIR-Science and Technology Policy Research Institute

Victor Ongoma

Assistant Professor, Université Mohammed VI Polytechnique

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Africa contributes less than 5% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions. Image: IOP Science

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