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Helping African cities address climate change
Exclusive: African governments want climate finance to hit $1.3tn by 2030
Ten ways to cut shipping's contribution to climate change - from a researcher
South Africa should not rush move away from coal, Mantashe says
Climate Finance Accelerator South Africa: First cohort of projects announced
#Windaba2021: Conference addresses role of wind energy in SA economy, climate change
Global Wind Energy Council launches Africa WindPower
Zimbabwe bolsters emissions targets ahead of climate summit
South Africa adopts more ambitious emissions target before climate summit
South Africa's renewable energy industry to power ahead
UK climate envoy to visit SA to discuss helping shift from coal
South Africa's troubled power utility is being reset: CEO sets out how
Healthy soils are crucial for sustainable agri-food systems - FAO
SA faces tough road to net-zero emissions, but there is hope - Sanedi
COP26: How the world will measure progress on the Paris climate agreement and keep countries accountable
50+ NGOs call on COP26 to acknowledge climate impacts of animal agriculture
World leaders out of excuses on climate change, Thunberg, youth activists say
Three quarters of people in G20 nations see climate, nature near tipping points
Global Citizen Live line-ups revealed for Lagos, Paris and NYC events
SA welcomes 6th IPCC assessment report on climate change
"How do we start a movement to save the planet and stop climate change?" asked at Henley Africa Dean's dialogue
Creecy calls for greater access to finance for low-carbon investment in emerging markets
Global Citizen announces lineup for Global Citizen Live 2021
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COP26 on climate: Top priorities for Africa
ClimateScience Olympiad calls for youth to help change the world
SA needs more ambitious emissions target, government commission says
Cows graze as steam rises from the cooling towers of Matla Power Station, a coal-fired power plant operated by Eskom in Mpumalanga province, South Africa, 20 May, 2018. Reuters/Siphiwe Sibeko/File Photo
African leaders urged to unite in addressing climate change
Caspar Herzberg, president, Middle East and Africa, Schneider Electric
Futuristic computer game hopes to be tonic for climate change anxiety
Youth activists urge bigger say in decision making for climate-hit Africans
Covid-19 economic impact failed to put brakes on climate change - WMO report
Developed countries urged to revisit climate change targets
Have your say on draft climate change NDC
Minister of environment, forestry and fisheries, Barbara Creecy
SA's CEOs optimistic about global economic growth
Promise of the Year of the Ox
5 climate trends for 2021
We can shape the climate future we want
Africa must be at the heart of climate negotiations
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