Considering the fight against climate change without integrating youth is nowadays unthinkable. In this sense, young people have an undeniable role to play in all the major challenges of our time. They represent a vital force both in their numerical importance and in the quality of the knowledge and capacities they can implement in the fight against climate change.
Faced with the rapid evolution of the world in which we live, we, young Africans, have become more aware of the climatic and social challenges, something that has emerged harder in the minds of past generations.
Therefore, with a very real observation of the evolution of the climatic phenomenon and the magnitude of its impacts, young people appear increasingly worried. However, the means of response are promising over time, taking into account the increased participation of women and the participation of the diaspora in the development of the continent.