The changing climate is grabbing headlines across the globe. Bushfires in California and Australia, floods in Asia, heatwaves in Europe.
The same forces are ravaging Africa – including Liberia – threatening food security and collapse of our agriculture industry and the displacement of millions of people as sea levels rise.
After the global COP 26 Climate Summit in October last year, Liberia’s government has unveiled an ambitious 490 million dollar plan to help Liberians adapt.
Dennise Nimpson of JoyFM asks the experts: what is happening to Liberia’s climate and will the Adaptation Plan be enough?
This story was a collaboration with New Narratives as part of its Land Rights and Climate Reporting project. Funding was provided by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Development Office and the American Jewish World Service.