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Podcast series on climate change in Eastern Africa

Living Climate Change Africa is a five-part podcast series featuring the voices of herders, farmers, fishers, and weather experts from across East Africa as they experience the impacts of climate change in their region.

The episodes cover stories of forecasting, adaptation, decision-making, projections, and policy – how people are experiencing climate change, what information they rely on to prepare and adapt, what changes are possible when confronted by extreme weather shocks, what lies ahead and what communities expect from their leaders.

The series was produced by BBC Media Action, in partnership with ICPAC, with financial support from the European Union through the CONFER project.

Listen to the episodes below.