Carlos Lopes' Appeal to COP21

Author:
UNECA
Publisher:
UNECA
Publication Date:
30 November 2015
Tags:
Africa, Climate, Europe and Africa, International Organizations and Africa

The Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) has said that unless climate negotiators and governments begin to put faces and people behind the statistics on impacts of climate change in Africa, "the sense of urgency with which the upcoming negotiation must be approached from a humanistic perspective would be lost."

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