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Over 100M in Africa threatened by climate change

Over 100M in Africa threatened by climate change

A new United Nations report warns that more than 100 million “extremely poor” people in Africa are threatened by accelerating climate change, and climate change may also melt the few glaciers on the African continent within 20 years. A report issued by the World Meteorological Organization on Tuesday provided a […]

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In Africa droughts increase by 29%

In Africa droughts increase by 29%

The United Nations World Meteorological Organization (WMO) warned in a new report that a global water crisis is imminent. WMO stated that as floods and droughts have exacerbated the global water crisis, the number and duration of droughts in Africa have increased by 29% in the past 20 years. The […]

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How Climate Change Affects Africa’s Water Supply

How Climate Change Affects Africa’s Water Supply

After facing challenges in accessing water, the Nigerian Water Aid Group issued a warning on Tuesday about the threats posed by terrible climate change to Africa’s water supply. WaterAid announced this in a statement and announced that Africa Climate Week will be hosted virtually by Uganda and the United Nations […]

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Will Water Security Ever Be Achieved?

Will Water Security Ever Be Achieved?

Circular economy is a system designed to maximize the use of resources and reduce waste by maximizing the use of resources. It is a way to ensure sustainable water energy, food security, and water resources in South Africa. And innovation. On September 23, Government Communications and Information Systems, together with […]

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Water: Recognizing it as a human right

Water: Recognizing it as a human right

The great politician Kofi Annan declared in 2001 that “access to safe water is a basic human need and therefore a basic human right”. In the 17 years between the declaration and his death in 2018, Annan established the Millennium Development Goals, the predecessor of today’s sustainable development goals, including […]

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The most water-scarce region in the world.

The most water-scarce region in the world.

According to a new report released by UNICEF, 90% of children in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) live in areas with extreme water scarcity. According to reports, the Middle East and North Africa are the most water-scarce regions in the world. According to the report, the main driving […]

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Waiting for the vaccine: The condition millions of Africans are living under

Waiting for the vaccine: The condition millions of Africans are living under

In developed countries, we have become accustomed to simple measures in the past 18 months, such as wearing masks, maintaining social distancing, washing hands frequently, and quarantining and quarantining when necessary. This was especially important before the advent of vaccines, when experts suggested using the “Swiss cheese” method to alleviate […]

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Climate Gaps for South Africa

Climate Gaps for South Africa

The findings of the second “State of Climate Science and Technology in South Africa” ​​report prepared by the South African Academy of Sciences (ASSAf) include that the country is well-positioned to play a key role in the Global Adaptation Committee to advance climate change adaptation solutions. Among other things, the […]

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How The Pandemic Affects Africa

How The Pandemic Affects Africa

Lacking the most basic public health tools to protect themselves, including the necessities of soap and water, millions of people across the African continent are at risk of contracting COVID-19. These measures — known as non-pharmaceutical public health interventions (NPIs), which involve keeping physical distance or isolation at home to […]

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Why South Africa Is On The Brink of a Global Heating Disaster

Why South Africa Is On The Brink of a Global Heating Disaster

In the next 10 years, Gauteng is more and more likely to experience “zero-days”-but as the earth’s temperature rises, the drying up of taps in the economic heartland is not the only major risk facing South Africa. A recent assessment conducted by climatologists at the University of Witwatersrand’s Global Change […]

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