September 27, 2022
From: Speak to Al Jazeera

Senegal’s president discusses the excessive value Africa pays for the emissions produced elsewhere.

The continent of Africa generates solely two to a few % of the world’s carbon dioxide emissions. But, Africans are struggling a few of the worst results of the worldwide local weather emergency: from droughts to floods, meals shortages, and lack of livelihoods for tens of millions of individuals.

African leaders travelled to Rotterdam within the Netherlands to attend the Africa Adaptation Summit, hoping to put the inspiration for tackling a harsher and unpredictable local weather.

However, whereas some European nations despatched delegations, no Western chief attended the classes.

Will the West come clean with its accountability for Africa’s local weather disaster? Senegalese President, Macky Sall, talks to Al Jazeera.

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