What’s a poor, southern African nation’s response to the threat of climate change? Turns out it’s a lot more proactive than that of many western nations. Namibia not only has a “Climate Change Programme Co-ordinator” but they are holding a national workshops to ensure the public is given a basic education in the likely changes that the country faces over the next 100 years.
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