Africa at Katowice: a conversation with experts and lead influencers of natural resources

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  • 2019•02•22

    CoP24 – Web Banner (EN & FR) (1) 18 Feb 19

    UNU-INRA, a thinker and shaper of complex problems on natural resource management in Africa, is asking the continent’s experts and lead influencers of natural resources to reflect on whether Africa was able to trigger greater climate action in Katowice and whether some of the gains and momentum achieved in Paris can be sustained.

    The Institute organized a series of interviews to air African voices in connection with the climate talks in Katowice, Poland. This unique platform features prominent African climate experts and leading figures on climate change issues in Africa, including Dr. Youba Sokona, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Vice-Chair and Special Advisor for sustainable development to the South Center, Dr. Linus Mofor, Senior Climate and Energy Specialist at the African Climate Policy Centre, Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), and Mr. Moses Jura, member of the African Group of Negotiators (AGN).

    A good read, accessible in English, and French.