With the adverse effect of fossil fuels on the climate, health and economy, there is need for a more renewable and sustainable energy sources. The COP is the Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, where all States that are Parties to the Convention are represented.
The report highlights the considerable impact of the Conference of the Parties (COP) on Africa's economy, focusing on the continent's representation at COP events. It encourages a deeper examination of COP's implications for Africa. Particularly noteworthy is the success in increasing wheat production in Ethiopia through the introduction of heat-resistant varieties, resulting in a rise from 25,000 to 32.25 million tonnes. This achievement holds the potential for replication in other African regions.
For a comprehensive insight into the implications of COP for Africa, a thorough examination of the report is recommended. Download here.