Africa: Climate for Change

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linktv·Dec 5, 2012

Africa, a continent facing frequent droughts, is especially vulnerable to climate change. But Africans are finding innovative solutions. Creating a Climate for Change, a new film by Jeff Barbee, takes us on a journey through Southern Africa exploring local people-driven projects that help communities adapt to climate change and restore ecological systems.


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videos: Global Warming/Climate Change

2 responses to “Africa: Climate for Change

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