A Greenpeace scientific report released on Tuesday reveals that extreme weather events such as heatwaves, floods and intense rain are increasing in intensity, frequency and severity across many parts of Africa.
It says the occupancies gravely threaten human health, food security, peace, and biodiversity.
Weather across sub-Saharan Africa has become more extreme and unpredictable in the twenty-first century, a trend that climate scientists project will become more pronounced in future decades.
This is the key finding confirmed by the comprehensive report published today by Greenpeace Africa and the Greenpeace Science Unit.
For more, here’s Sankulleh Janko.