Youth attending the Global Landscapes Forum in Nairobi. GLF photo

African youth share views on landscape restoration

Speaking out

The pace of the climate change has become an urgent issue in many parts of the world. Africa is no exception, but young people on the continent are searching for solutions to the various environmental challenges they face.

How optimistic are they regarding the restoration efforts that are taking place across the continent?

Landscape Voices podcast talked to youth attending the Global Landscapes Forum conference in Nairobi about the future of the continent.

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