Tsitsikamma wind farm: the TCWF has so far yielded the equivalent to the consumer price index plus 9%. Picture: Supplied
Tsitsikamma wind farm: the TCWF has so far yielded the equivalent to the consumer price index plus 9%. Picture: Supplied

Africa is expected to suffer disproportionately from the effect of climate change, despite its low contribution to global greenhouse gas emissions.

That is according to a Standard Bank report — “Africa Must be at the Heart of COP26”.

Alishia Seckam spoke to Standard Bank climate research analyst Penny Byrne, who co-authored the report, about how African governments can leverage the meeting to position the continent’s climate change agenda.

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