As climate change impacts mount and the global transition to low-carbon is on a rollercoaster ride, Africa must use all available opportunities to craft strategies and partnerships to manage climate risks. Recent climate-related disasters, such as the catastrophic flood in Libya’s eastern city of Derna, have been a clarion call. New approaches are needed along with significantly more funding and support.
Join some of Africa’s top climate change thinkers and leaders to unpack priorities for the continent going into COP28. Discussions will cover how to rethink old approaches and add new ones, and consider the climate conference’s outcomes.
Moderator: Dhesigen Naidoo, Senior Research Associate, Institute for Security Studies