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  • COP25 Press Conference

    Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) Press Conference at COP 25, Madrid

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  • COP25 in Madrid

    Emergency against global warming

    Special broadcast on climate, live from Madrid. Interviews, analyzes, reports ....

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  • Kenya: Activists Praise AfDB for Pulling Out of Lamu Coal Plant.

    Kenya's quest to have a coal power plant has been shattered after one of the proposed project's key financiers, the African Development Bank (AfDB), pulled out, bowing to pressure from environmental activists.

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  • Climate crisis forces 52M Africans to face hunger

    More than 52 million people in 18 African nations are facing hunger crisis due to weather extremes, poverty and armed conflicts, Oxfam said in a report Thursday on 07/Nov/2091.

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  • More than 52 million people across Africa going hungry as weather extremes hit the continent

    Millions displaced; women, girls hit hardest; crises compounded by conflicts, poverty and inequality; $700m average climate-related losses; urgent action needed now.

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  • Climate change leaves 52 million hungry in Africa.

    Gaborone - On a scale not seen in Africa in decades, more than 52 million people in 18 countries across southern, eastern and central Africa are facing up to crisis levels of hunger, according to the latest report by Oxfam.

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  • Africa: More than 52 million People Across Africa Going Hungry as Weather Extremes Hit the Continent.

    More than 52 million people in 18 countries across southern, eastern and central Africa are facing up to crisis levels of hunger as a result of weather extremes, compounded by poverty and conflict.

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  • Oxfam: climate crisis forces 52 million Africans to face hunger.

    The report presented by that entity says that 18 African nations have suffered annual losses of USD 700 million due to climate disasters.

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  • Weather phenomena cause more than 52 million victims of hunger in Africa

    According to a statement released on Thursday, in some areas the population faces the second extreme drought in the last four years, one even worse than the one triggered by the El Niño weather phenomenon in 1981.

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  • More than 52 million people, victims of hunger in Africa due to extreme weather events

    More than 52 million people in 18 countries in Africa face severe levels of hunger caused by extreme weather events and aggravated by poverty and conflict, as Oxfam Intermón has warned.

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  • Oxfam: Climate crisis forces 52 million Africans to face hunger.

    The report presented by this entity says that 18 African nations suffered annual losses of US $ 700 million due to climate disasters.

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  • Climatic shocks, in Africa without food 52 million people.

    Droughts or floods are starving millions of people from many states on the continent. The complaint of the NGO Oxfam. The Alliance for Climate Justice: "Local communities have solutions, but resources and funding are lacking"

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