Chad’s cattle herders welcome tech solutions to beat climate change

11 December 2018

What does climate change look like to those living on the front line of extreme weather regions across the world, and what can be done right now to help them?

For the Peule Mbororo herding community in Africa’s Sahel region, a deteriorating environment strains already-scarce resources and perpetuates social tensions.

For this edition of our UN and Africa podcast, indigenous leader Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim, from Chad, explains to UN News’s Yasmina Guerda at the COP24 climate change conference in Poland, how using frontier technology in the desert could curb the worst effects of global warming.

Music Credit: State of Mind, Audiobinger

Audio Credit:
Yasmina Guerda, UN News
Audio Duration:
15'57"

 

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