COP21 IS PUT TO THE TEST BY THE AFRICAN “LABORATORY”•

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by Achim Steiner

2015-12-20
 
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Everything suggests that 2015 will remain a watershed year for the environment and sustainable development in  Africa. The   goal of COP21 was to reach a legally binding and universal agreement on climate change. Taking cognizance, in particular, of the development needs of the second largest continent in the world. This continent possesses a very significant share of the world’s natural resources, both renewable and non-renewable, as shown by figures provided by the African Development Bank (AfDB). Africa possesses:

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