AYICC: Birth of a New Voice for Africa
The cheers echoed loudly throughout the halls of Nairobi’s 680 Hotel, witnessing the birth of an exceptional new network in the global fight against the climate crisis – the African Youth Initiative on Climate Change (AYICC). This past weekend, over 100 youth from across Africa and from around the world united at the Second International Conference of Youth to articulate a uniquely African perspective on solutions and responses to climate change and sustainable development.
Meanwhile, back on planet quacko...
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  Walks Against Warming
The response to the November 4th Day of Action on Climate Change last Saturday was fantastic. Synchronised throughout the world, tens of thousands of members of the public took to the streets to symbolise global solidarity on climate change.
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