A Healthy Environment is a Human Right #AfricaClimateCrisis

Outdoor spaces is what most people have been craving during the Covid-19 pandemic, when a series of lockdowns across the world forced countless people indoors. And these enforced restrictions on our movement have reignited many people's appreciation for home, community gardens and public open spaces.

The fear of running out of food, and loss of income, shocked many people into putting their hands into the soil for the first time. Plus, of course, having the time to spend in green spaces after workplaces closed except for essential services.

But how many people actually have access to safe and clean spaces where they live or in their communities?

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    Author:
    350Africa.org
    Publisher:
    350Africa.org
    Publication Date:
    30 June 2021

    It's our job to fight back and dismantle the fossil fuel economy, hold accountable those who profit off corporate greed, and build a world that puts a ... see more »

  • Last Line of Defence

    Author:
    Global Witness
    Publisher:
    Global Witness
    Publication Date:
    13 September 2021

    Since 2012, Global Witness has been gathering data on killings of land and environmental defenders. In that time, a grim picture has come into focus - ... see more »

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