SDG 13: Climate Action

What the smallest country in mainland Africa can teach us about climate action

Boys swim in the Gambia River in Jufureh, The Gambia, July 20 2019. Image: REUTERS/ Zohra Bensemra

John Letzing

Digital Editor, Strategic Intelligence, World Economic Forum

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SDG 13: Climate Action

The Gambia, highlighted in yellow, is a sliver of West Africa. Image: World Economic Forum/Datawrapper

Source: World Bank data valid as of 2018. Image: World Economic Forum
A map of the Gambia river made in 1732. Image: Stanford University Libraries

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