Future of the Environment

This is what Africa's youth think about climate change

Young Africans are worried about climate change, but less convinced leaders are taking appropriate steps. Image: REUTERS/Sumaya Hisham

Kim Harrisberg

Water Rights Correspondent, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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a chart showing how many African men and women aged 18-24 responding to the statement
2/3 of African youth are taking personal steps against climate change. Image: Africa Youth Survey Wave II: Climate Change. Ichikowitz Family Foundation / PSB insights. Oct 2021
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