While politicians make promises at COP26, these grassroots groups have ready-to-go climate solutions that can help build a fairer world
“Next to our home”, says Ugandan development worker Noah Ssempijja, “we had a forest. As a child, it was a very beautiful place to be. Then one day, the forest was cut. It was the saddest moment. The villagers tried to oppose the cutting, but there was a rich man who was much more powerful than them. This story has been played out many times in Uganda… and in the world.”
It’s a salutary tale, told against a background of strong words at COP26 on the need to halt forest destruction. But it’s one story with a positive outcome…
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