We recently shared updates on how we were preparing to experience a rich, intense and colorful month of March, with various power shift events/workshops/gatherings being launched in various places of the Africa-Arab region.
On the 6th(More...)
After six months of intense preparations, consultations, drafting, coaching and submission and sometimes rewriting texts, Power Shift projects are getting started one after the other in Africa-Arab world. Two weeks back, team Gabon kicked off with(More...)
We are excited to announce the beginning of a series of dispatches from climate movement leaders from across Africa. We are calling the series “Sauti — African Voices on Climate Change.” Sauti means ‘voices’ in Swahili(More...)
On July 31st 2011, I arrived in the rain-soaked Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to help facilitate a 3-day climate leadership workshop. Samantha, the 350 Africa coordinator, and I worked with the newly established Ethiopian National Youth Coalition(More...)
An event was organised at Khartoum University jointly by the physics department society and a student society called EVA “engineering vision association”. It included a lecture and discussion, an exhibition and film screening.
Despite the cool weather, students planted trees at their school on 10/10/10 in Tmara, Morocco.(More...)
Horn Relief staff participate in 10.10.10 by planting trees in Badhan village.
Youth Climate Summit was held, with grassroots youth climate activists from different regions meeting to share with each other their best practices for climate change adaptation and mitigation at local and national levels(More...)
Hargeisa, Somaliland: local climate organisers make a presentation to school children to raise awareness about climate change!
Young girls in plant trees in Rabat, Morocco, to promote reforestation as a solution to climate change and to urge politicians to pass clean energy policies.
Photo credit: 350.org/B. Lamia(More...)