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Our climate is changing


Our Changing Climate: Our Time to Act Now! was developed in partnership with the UN CC: Learn Secretariat, UNITAR; MIET Africa, and pro-active environmental ministries - in Malawi, the Ministry of Forestry and Natural Resources, in Zambia, the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources, and in Zimbabwe, the Ministry of Environment, Climate, Tourism and Hospitality Industry.

Climate change increasingly hinders and interferes with sustainable development in Southern Africa. With the impact of COVID-19 on the economies and development plans in the region, the need to build resilience in the post COVID-19 era becomes even more critical considering the interplay between climate change, human health, and socio-economic development.

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