African Youth and the Green Economy

African Youth and the Green Economy

Produced in partnership with UNICEF, today’s episode discusses youth activism and the green economy in Africa. Over the past years, extreme climate events have displaced thousands of Africans. And while children and young adults are the least responsible for this crisis, they bear the most of its consequences. The new generation is putting pressure on corporations and governments to fix what they have broken, but is it enough?
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