3 young Africans organizing against climate change

Climate change is one of the most important issues the human race faces. Global warming will affect where we live, what we eat, and what we breathe.

Listen to three young climate activists from around the continent who aren’t sitting back as the temperatures rise.

Khahliso Myataza is a young South African climate activist from Soweto, Johannesburg. She thinks you can’t be a feminist without caring about the planet.

Kemo Fatty is an environmental campaigner from The Gambia and founder of Green Up Gambia. He tells us how his mission is personal

Davis Reuben is part of the Rise Up movement alongside the Ugandan climate activist Vanessa Nakate. He quit a banking job for activism.

You can listen to the episode in French and in Portuguese.

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Davis Reuben, Kemo Fatty, Khahliso Myataza