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November 18, 2022 32 min

With COP27 on the news we look at climate change, China’s true role in it, building an ecological civilization, honoring climate adaptation financing in Africa, and why our continent will not join the ‘green energy’ transition anytime soon.  

For more on some of the topics discussed check out:

  • The Global Carbon Project by CDIAC, 14 November 2016.
  • China’s pledge to help Africa overcome climate change lays ground for green investment boom by SCMP, 6 November 2022.
  • The State of Climate Finance in Africa:
  • Climate Finance Needs of African Countries by Climate Policy Initiative, June 2022.
  • Quantifying national responsibility for climate breakdown by Jason Hickel, September 2020.
  • Only One Earth by Tricontinental: Institute of Social Research, 2 June 2021.
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    The Crane: An Africa-China Podcast is a bi-monthly podcast giving you a fresh look at the news, events, and debates around China-Africa relations from the perspective of two young(ish) Africans.

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