Get the tools, training, and network to fight climate change and together build the Africa we want.
Support and mobilise over 2000 Climate Reality Leaders across Africa.
Amplify African voices and demands in climate policy spaces and on the international stage.
CLIMATE EDUCATION NOW
Improve climate literacy and spark climate conversations at all levels.
CONTINUING THE CONVERSATION
Promote the climate justice conversation through a lens that prioritizes an inclusive and fair shift towards sustainability, with a focus on African perspectives.
African Led Solutions
Support and coordinate African-centred climate solutions.
Place pressure on Public Finance Institutions to make investments that are socially and environmentally responsible.
Explore Our Head-Heart-Body Climate Action Online Library where, in the spirit of co-creation of knowledge, along with our own resources, this online library will also serve as a platform to amplify the important work already being done in the space by including resources from other organizations.
Welcome to our online library dedicated to transforming the way we understand and address climate change. As we approach the pivotal year 2030, the urgency to take meaningful action to combat climate change, reduce global emissions, and keep the 1.5-degree Celsius goal alive has never been more apparent.
Our mission is to contribute to a dynamic, action driven climate justice movement =that emphasizes practical solutions and centers on the well-being of people and our planet. This resource offers a fresh approach to climate change education that not only evokes deep emotions and a compelling drive to act but also encourages introspection and thoughtful processing of ideas.
At the core of this transformative learning experience is our HEAD-HEART-BODY model, with a head section which gives you a climate 101, a heart section which gives you tools to process and reflect on the knowledge learn, and a body section which gives you practical guidelines to take action.
Join us on this journey towards #TheAfricaWeWant. Together, we can build the climate justice movement, and strengthen adaptive capacity on the continent.
As a campaigner and activist working in socially vulnerable communities for a decade, I have been eagerly awaiting the release of South Africa’s Draft Integrated Resource Plan (IRP2023). But now that it’s here, I can’t help but feel incredibly disappointed. The IRP is supposed to be a comprehensive document that outlines the assumptions about electricity demand and supply, economic conditions, and costs of generating enough electricity to meet the needs of the country. It is meant to be a roadmap for South Africa’s energy future, published by the Minister of Mineral Resource and Energy, Gwede Mantashe, but it falls short in many ways.
World Food Day is celebrated annually on the 16th of October, with one of its primary aims to raise awareness of the inequalities when it comes to access to nutritious food. This is exacerbated in under-resourced communities in Africa where a number of socioeconomic factors are concerned.
Food security is a fundamental human right, and yet, climate change threatens to undermine it, especially in developing countries such as South Africa where climate induced drought, and rising food prices are jeopardising access to food. Food security is defined as the availability, accessibility, and affordability of nutritious food.
Every year, Africa Day gives us the chance to celebrate the diversity and success of our continent and highlight its cultural and economic potential.
The theme for Africa Day 2023 is “accelerating the development and diffusion of emerging technologies for a green, inclusive and resilient Africa”.
Africa can rise to the climate challenge if it embraces its own potential. The African Climate Reality Project (ACRP) plays a key role in strengthening citizen engagement through awareness and capacity-building programs and training.
People like you are using their voices and everyday choices to solve the climate crisis. Join the movement.