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Africa Talks Climate launches in Nairobi
Many Africans blame themselves for the impacts of global climate change they are witnessing despite being least responsible for the causes, ...
Africa Talks Climate honoured as Climate Change Communicator of the Year
Africa Talks Climate has been named 2010 Climate Change Communicator of the Year, the honour being announced to coincide with the 40th annual ...
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At the launch of Africa Talks Climate in Nairobi, the Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga said that the research had "opened his ...
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In the second of his exclusive reports for Africa Talks Climate from the UN climate talks in Copenhagen, Baaba Maal talks about the critical ...
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Can culture combat climate change? The Senegalese singer and activist Baaba Maal travelled to Copenhagen as the UN negotiations drew to a ...
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Africa Talks Climate: the public understanding of climate change in ten countries
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My name is Madam Comfort and I live in Wa, the capital city of the Upper West Region of Ghana, with my husband and our children. My husband ...
"We offend the gods and so the rains do not come"
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