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Megan Rowling

Megan Rowling

Megan covers aid and climate change issues, with a focus on social, economic and environmental justice

Megan Rowling
Issa Camara sits in the flooded alley of his home after heavy rains in Yeumbeul district on the outskirts of Dakar, Senegal, September 15, 2020. | REUTERS/Christophe Van Der Perre

Climate-Menaced Nations Say Survival Depends on Stronger 2020 Action

The COVID-19 and economic crisis have thrown plans to deliver more ambitious climate plans off track — but delay is dangerous, vulnerable nations say.
An employee of Salpha Energy unboxes a solar panel for home installation in Sagbo-Kodji community, amid concerns over the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Lagos, Nigeria April 25, 2020. | REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

Pandemic Sparks Push to Keep Providing Off-Grid Electricity for Communities in Need

The COVID-19 crisis has shown how off-grid electricity is an essential service for poor communities, and efforts are underway to help providers get through tough times.
ARCHIVE PHOTO: Boats are secured off as residents look on at Port Royal while Hurricane Matthew approaches in Kingston, Jamaica October 2, 2016. | REUTERS/Henry Romero

Despite the Pandemic, Frontline Nations Push Ahead on Stronger Climate Plans

Countries from Jamaica to Kenya and Gabon "know how vital this process is" of boosting national action to meet global climate goals.
A volunteer helps a child wash her hands at a school feeding scheme during a nationwide lockdown aimed at limiting the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Blue Downs township near Cape Town, South Africa, May 4, 2020. Picture taken May 4, 2020

Cities Hastily add Pandemics to Long List of 21st-Century Threats

Officials are harnessing networks and tools devised for responding to better-known risks like climate change to tackle the COVID-19 crisis.
Bene Barak neighbors clean up floodwater storage basins
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Dakar's Urban Flood Management Project Helps Communities Build Climate Resilience

Community participation is mitigating the risks of homes built in flood-prone areas of Dakar. These homes are being developed as growing numbers of people migrate from rural Senegal into the city.
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