Five years after the United Nations Climate Conference, the Marrakech COP in Morocco, Africa will once again host the world climate meeting in 2022. The 27th COP will be held in the seaside city of Sharm el-Sheikh inshore of the Red Sea, Egypt. Egypt itself is affected by climate change. The country proposes as host city for the next COP, Sharm el-Sheikh, a seaside town nestled in the east of the country, between the desert of the Sinai Peninsula and the Red Sea. What are the stakes of this important meeting on the climate? Insights from our guests Samuel Gahigi, Director of Political Affairs of the United Nations Regional Office for Central Africa (UNOCA) and Augustine Njamnshi, Co-founder and President of the Panafrican Climate Justice Alliance and continental coordinator of the African Coalition for Sustainable Energy and Access. Video Link

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