Your children will not be able to escape the impact of climate change, says experts

It is too late to avoid the impact of climate change which, according to experts at the Centre for Environmental Rights, can already be felt across the country.

After SA experienced devastating flooding in parts of KwaZulu-Natal and the Eastern Cape which devastated infrastructure, displaced thousands and led to the deaths of 435 people, President Cyril Ramaphosa visited the flood-stricken areas. He said the flooding was a result of climate change and SA would need to improve its disaster response.

According to Centre for Environmental Rights climate advocacy lawyer Brandon Abdinor and environmental futures and strategist researcher and consultant Prof Nicholas King, the president was correct
4 May 2022 4AM English South Africa News · Business

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