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Selly Raby Kane’s daring eye sees a continent reimagined. Photo: Supplied
Selly Raby Kane’s daring eye sees a continent reimagined. Photo: Supplied

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The UN Sustainable Development Project reported that 2019 was the warmest year on record. In fact, it was the end of the warmest decade – from 2010 to 2019.

Many people are not are aware of the effects of global heating and what is causing these climate challenges, especially in places where access to information is limited, such as in the underdeveloped countries in Africa and elsewhere in the world.

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