Dar es Salaam, Africa’s fastest growing city, is situated in the eastern region of Tanzania on the Indian Ocean. The city boasts several natural habitat elements such as mangroves, marine systems, coastal forests and wetlands but faces challenges such as coastal erosion, poor waste management, polluted waters and harmful unregulated fishing practices.
RT @BN_IntKatS: Racing toward a climate neutral Europe 🇪🇺🌍
@ICLEI has recently launched the "ICLEI Climate Neutrality Framework", which is…
How do we move from planning to action to catch up with #ClimateEmergency? At the #ICLEIcongress Virtual Launch, a compelling answer was to open up access to adequate financing to help fund local climate change mitigation, adaptation & resilience efforts. https://t.co/azbu30l8Qe https://t.co/jFzoOuehKW
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