In this timely essay (released on a day when tornadoes once again destroyed massive areas in the US) the three men comment on the ecological disasters the world is facing, with rising sea levels and increasingly severe weather. In Africa, protracted drought has led to food-insecurity for many, caused conflicts and mass migration.
The men note that to truly support the 2 million square miles of protect land spread over 54 countries in Africa, financial resources are needed. The men see this funding coming from creating public-private foundations. However, they also want the conversation initiatives to be driving by the local communities living in the effected areas.
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