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When the harvest season fails because of insufficient rain, the human cost for our communities living at the edge of climate is amplified. For Africa, adaptation and resilience are urgent. Our people cannot afford to wait, they need climate solutions that speak to our immediate present and future. This lived experience plays an important part...
What are the recommendations gathered on this day?
THANK YOU FOR THE RAIN is a collaborative film made by Kisilu Musya, a Kenyan farmer and Julia Dahr, a Norwegian filmmaker. In the course of five years, Kisilu transforms from a farmer struggling with the effects of climate change to a community leader and a climate change activist on the global stage, capturing the...
Communities in Africa depend on nature being in balance for their livelihood, except, this is no longer the case because of climate change. Research, science and our lived experience confirm this and we get it, we need to adapt and be resilient. But what does this actually mean for us? How is Africa positioning itself...
Climate Justice through spoken word by Justine Kakoko. Justine is a poet, author, educator, artist and social activist based in Tanzania. He uses his voice to teach, motivate and inspire the world.
John is about the future. He converts water into watts. He is under thirty years old and runs Magiro mini hydro power plant using 'run of the river technology' to supply electricity to his village, 100% off the main grid. They produce so much electricity, they even have waste energy! All John and his team...
The artists present a simplified interpretation of the panel discussion (Why is Green Energy a big deal for Africa?) through artwork. Does the translation work? When we collaborate with artists, we communicate powerfully and simply. The verdict is yours and you can respond through a live poll.
End of day 1
Contribution by all in attendance.
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