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The story outputs of Reporting from the African frontline of the global climate crisis, 2022


The outputs by the journalists reporting from the African frontline of the global climate crisis in 2022 far exited expectations. The journalists were supposed to contribute three pieces of media content using the tools of science and constructive journalism that they were exposed to in addition to climate researchers and other experts as prime sources, but instead of 75 pieces of media content they contributed more than 130 published in leading media outleads across the continent. More about Reporting from the African frontline of the global climate crisis.


2nd piece of content: During COP27. A (news) piece that reflects the current COP27 agenda and makes use of the journalists’ participation in COP27 including the access to relevant climate experts/politicians/negotiators/activists etc.

Reuters News Agency

BBC Kiswahili

COP27 : 4 expériences du Burkina vantées à Charm-El Sheikh

Des journalistes africains sur la ligne de front de la lutte contre la crise climatique – Afrique durable (afridurable.net)


Africa at the crossroads

COP 27: Call to action

INTERVIEW: Building climate consensus – COP27 – Al-Ahram Weekly – Ahram Online

Ghana receives climate change grant – Graphic Online

COP 27: Prioritize loss and damage to support women and girls in climate-affected communities – gender activists (gbcghanaonline.com)

COP 27: Funding is critical for Ghana’s Nature-Based Climate Solutions – Lands And Natural Resources Minister (gbcghanaonline.com)

COP 27; Loss and damage dominates discussions at Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF)

COP 27; Ghana to cash in $50 million for carbon emissions reduction

Rich nations on the spot over climate crisis | Nation

Nairobi’s troubled trek to become green | Nation

Africa short-changed in COP27 climate finance talks

COP 27; Race for a carbon free and resilient Africa

9-year-old Karen Wanjiru poses questions to President William Ruto regarding his tree-planting agenda.

Intrigues that make the COP27 negotiations

Adaptation aux effets du changement climatique: le Burkina Faso partage ses expériences à la COP

Viewpoints of Nigerians at Cop27

Viewpoints of Nigerian Cop27 Facebook

Ramaphosa tells leaders developing nations need climate finance, but not debt

Creecy: Jury still out on whether SA’s energy transition will be a great blueprint | Fin24 (news24.com)

COP27: SA asked rich countries for more grants instead of loans for climate plan – Ramaphosa

COP27: SA finally gets R10.7bn loan agreements from France, Germany from initial $8.5bn pledge

Beyond $8.5bn: Rich countries commit more money for SA’s energy transition

Time is running out for rich nations to pay up for the climate crisis

DBSA, European Investment Bank to extend R7.2bn in loans to renewable energy producers

Eskom has R116bn in pledges for its just transition but needs over t_ – www.news24.com.pdf 

COP27 is yet another chance to make up for missed opportunities and broken promises

Equity, representation and financing — let’s lighten the burden carried by African women

Climate change summit: Gimmicks, slogans and pleasant noises amid human rights abuse

Ghana receives climate change grant

Climate activists want finance pledges honoured as COP27 kicks off tomorrow 

COP27: Uganda wants compensation for climate-linked losses 

African countries launch carbon markets initiative at COP27

Activists stage protest at COP27


3rd piece of content: After COP27/End of summit. This third piece uses the experience and tools from the entire learning programme (climate reporting, exposure visits, campaigning, science journalism, constructive journalism and the COP27 experience).


COP27: Children from Global South make their presence felt at climate summit

At COP27, protesters within U.N. venue demand climate finance

Rechauffement climatique

Caravane africaine pour le climat

COP27 : Les OSC du Burkina donnent de la voix pour réclamer de la justice climatique

Changement climatique : Les OSC du Burkina souhaitent la levée des obstacles au financement

Changement climatique : Les OSC plaident auprès du Chef Konaté et du Cardinal Ouédraogo

COP27 : Forum africain sur les énergies renouvelables

Négociations à la COP27 : Des amazones francophones bien présentes

Accès à la finance climat : La Francophonie renforce son appui aux Etats membres

COP27 : Un fonds de pertes et dommages en guise de consolation

Mixing pleasure and work

After five years of sustained action : Galamsey fight far from over – The situation in Ashanti, Eastern,Western, Western North regions persists

Galamsey: When two elephants fight, the grass suffers

100 World leaders to attend COP27

COP27: Issues of Loss and Damage

Denmark: Where Waste Is A Resource

Danish Man Holds On To Kenyan Love 40 Years Later

Copenhagen: A City On Two Wheels

Moving Around Sharm El Sheikh During COP27

Le changement climatique :La réponse du Niger

Meet the African scientists getting to grips with climate change | Fin24 (news24.com)

Time for bold climate action – Abu Jinapor declares at COP27

Financing climate crisis loss and damages make or break for COP27

Developing countries demand climate justice, funds at COP27

Let’s unite to make COP27 a success – Jinapor

World leaders address water insecurity at COP27

Invest in Ghana’s Cocoa for sustainable production — Abu Jinapor

Loss and damage conundrum

COP27: $7bn announced for global food security

4bn People to benefit from Adaptation Agenda – Initiative launched at COP27

Africa carbon market initiative launched

Financing climate crisis, main agenda at COP27

Giving meaning to PFJ: Experts call for investment in irrigation, storage – Graphic Online

Putting gender at the frontline of climate resilience 

Political will is a key ingredient in the climate change fight – Nakabuye 

Uganda needs money for climate management 

They want to silence us 

Climate Podcast – Diana Kibuuka

Les sept points clés sur le stockage de l’eau comme une adaptation à la crise climatique

L’abn créé un fonds d’adaptation au changement climatique dans le bassin du niger

Crise climatique dans les pays du G5 Sahel: La banque mondiale alerte sur un effondrement economique

Burkina-Mali-Niger : importation des véhicules d’occasion, un drame écologique encouragé par les gouvernants

cop 27: les lobbyistes des énergies fossiles à la manœuvre !

cop27: un fonds « pertes et préjudices » pour les pays vulnérables

denmark’s sustainable food future; inspiring solutions in africa

considering population dynamics in tackling climate change; denmark’s blueprint

Experts advise on how to make good of Palm Oil Waste

Rechauffement climatique: le giec appelle a l´action immediate

9E Forum RÉegional Africaine sur le developpement durable

How to balance EcoSystems to check Climate Change effects

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