Push for climate change in school curriculum
Food & Trees for Africa education associate Bharathi Tugh chats to Jane Dutton on the importance of climate literacy at high school level. Youth are growing up in an increasingly uncertain future and climate change education is more crucial than ever before. That’s the mission of Foods & Trees For Africa and the African Climate…
Forgotten Promises: Civil Society’s Engagement with the African Development Bank.
By Dean Bhebhe – Campaigns Coordinator at the African Climate Reality Project; Charity Migwi – Africa Regional Campaigner at 350.org; Aurelie Kalenga – Communications Manager at the African Climate Reality Project. Read the full story here: https://www.businessghana.com/site/news/Business/263365/Forgotten-Promises:-Civil-Society%E2%80%99s-Engagement-with-the-African-Development-Bank- Sharing Is Caring – Share This Post
African Climate Reality Project protest against the financing of more coal projects.
African Climate Reality Project calls for improvement in town planning.
The Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment Department, the SA Weather Service and SALGA on Wednesday hosted a webinar on how climate change impacts society. CAPE TOWN – The African Climate Reality Project has called for an urgent improvement in town planning, so it’s more “climate smart and climate proof”. The Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment…
Climate literacy to be introduced to SA schools curriculum
Food & Trees for Africa and African Climate Reality Project have partnered to create a programme that addresses climate literacy, which will soon be introduced to the South African schools’ curriculum. Bharathi Tugh elaborates. Tune into Newzroom Afrika DStv channel 405 for more. Sharing Is Caring – Share This Post