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Rising temperatures across the globe will have profound consequences for Africa’s oceans and the people that are dependent on them for their livelihoods. How can countries work together in order to mitigate the effects of climate change? Max Bearak (Washington Post), Nina Forgwe (British High Commission in Cameroon) and Whit Saumweber (CSIS) join host Judd Devermont to discuss local and international community responses. Also, guests review how governments are reacting to the Covid-19 pandemic and the upcoming year for the diplomatic initiative: G7++ Friends of Gulf of Guinea Group.
- A Crisis in the Water is Decimating This Once-Booming Fishing Town by Max Bearak and Chris Mooney
- COVID-19 Is an African Political Crisis as Much as a Health and Economic Emergency by Judd Devermont and Eric Olander