African nations can't 'adapt' to famine or floods. Rich countries should pay us for the climate crisis they caused | Vanessa Nakate
37 million people are facing starvation in the Horn of Africa. Time for wealthier countries to adopt 'loss and damage finance'In September, I travelled from my home country, Uganda, to Turkana County in Kenya, which is suffering from a historic drought. One morning, I met a boy in a hospital where doctors see patients with the worst cases of severe acute malnutrition. His family had not been able to access the treatment he needed in time. By the time the sun set that evening, he had died.The boy was one of 37 million people facing starvation in the Horn of Africa. After four failed rainy seasons, Kenya faces the acute risk of widespread famine. This suffering is set to get worse; experts predict that drought-stricken areas in Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia will receive significantly below normal rainfall for the rest of the year. Continue reading...
Celý článek: https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2022/nov/08/rich-countries-climate-crisis-cop27-africa-loss-and-damage
Zdroj: The Guardian
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