Why Girls' Education is Key in War Against Climate Change
Progress in girls' education and climate change are integrally connected. A ground-breaking study by the global coalition Project Drawdown identified family planning and educating girls among the top 10 out of 100 most powerful solutions to addressing climate change, writes Alice Ruhweza for Conservation International.
allAfrica, 1 May 2019
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Aftermath of Hurricane Kenneth at Mieze River approximately 20km from Pemba.
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