Climate Change Negotiations: The History.

by Sophie Mbugua

The episode marks the beginning of building momentum to the 26th United Nations Climate Change conference also known as COP26 series.

We start by contextualising the current climate change negotiations by looking back to where it originated and how it has evolved over time. To walk us through that journey, I am joined by a James Murombedzi, a climate change policy and governance expert. COP26 is scheduled in the city of Glasgow, Scotland between 31 October and 12 November 2021.

Have a listen and please send your contribution to info@africaclimateconversations.com or let us interact on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. We are on socials as Africa climate conversations. The series runs through October to November 2021.

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Mclay Kanyangar October 6, 2021 - 2:58 pm

What James is saying is a strong justification for an African single NDC. It strengthens the position at the unfccc.
Also, the fact that the continent as a whole is a net carbon sink has been downplayed
Also, the huge mitigation and RE potential of the continent is not well captured in the African position
Finally, a word of caution: the increasing flow of used equipment and vehicles decommissioned from more developed regions into Africa and the rising investments in fossil fuels will spike emissions from Africa.

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abdou khadyr diouf October 26, 2021 - 7:20 pm

Africa very strongly exposed to climatic risks an examples flooding drought heat wave and with too weak resilience conditions. This currently exacerbates underdevelopment since production capacity is intrinsically linked to climatic system disturbed by warming.
Therefore, Africa needs significant support for to adapt to climate change. This possible if the reseachers were nulerous and supported financially for to development of climate change and adaption

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