Comment: Renewable energy is the key to combating African climate change

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Comment: Renewable energy is the key to combating African climate change

Global warming has hit Africa with detrimental threats that impact the crucial needs of the people. Already tough conditions become even tougher with the most consequential factors - agriculture, water availability and over all livelihood. Africa is one of the countries worst affected by this crisis and something needs to be done, argues Zandre Campos. Agriculture is a significant process that Africa depends on to prosper for various reasons. Not only does the industry help to eliminate hunger...

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