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29 November 2020
Data is key to measuring, alleviating poverty
Covid-19 has heightened the need for measurement, deepening the practice of science and the commitment to the use and application of evidence.
Renewable energy worldwide is now cheaper per MWh than fossil fuels, especially in Africa given their favorable geographic situation. Much like the tobacco industry, when polluting and dangerous fossil fuels are pushed out of Europe & the US, they push their products on Africa.
Activist @BarigyeBob1 is yet to be released two days after being arrested for organising a debate on the environmental, human rights and economic impact of the controversial #EACOP. We demand his immediate release! See press statement ~> https://www.stopeacop.net/our-news/press-release-stopeacop-campaign-demand-for-the-release-of-activist-barigye-bob
A belt of thermal intolerance stretching across the whole of sub-Saharan Africa currently. 40C temperatures across many regions. Southern Africa also suffering. This at 1.3C. Adaptation to cope with heat can’t come quick enough to areas with no means to keep cool.