Dr. Richard Munang is the United Nations Environment Africa Regional Climate Change Programme Coordinator. He is responsible for guiding the optimal actualisation of UN Environment’s climate resilient development objectives for Africa through coordinating implementation of diverse projects in adaptation and mitigation in key economic sectors especially agriculture, and energy as well as informing strategy and policy development from project lessons.
Author Archive | Richard Munang
How to Drive Good Governance and Socioeconomic Liberation of Africa
Fashioning with Waste: Turning Fast Fashion into an Opportunity in Africa
Unsafe Food: Africa’s Silent Killer
Are Replication and Upscaling a Good Fit for Africa?
Engaging the Youth to Unlock Climate Action Solutions
Communal Cooperatives in Africa are Needed post-COVID-19
ClimateAction-Preneurship: Delivering Affordable Value-added Solutions in Africa
Africa’s Informal Sector and COVID-19: Is this an Opportunity to Revisit the Forgotten 80%?
Coronavirus: What is the Climate Change Link?
Developing a Work Attitude for Africa: The ‘Why’ and the ‘How’ in Context of Climate Change
The Leadership Africa Needs to Drive Climate Action
Richard Munang 04.26.19
New Tool seeks to Foster Wealth in Africa
Redefining Africa’s Narrative: Why Africa needs Wealth Creation and Not Just Job Creation
Internal Rejuvenation: The Panacea for Africa’s Wealth Creation for Youth
Inside the Mind of an African: Winning the War Against Poverty and Perception
Paris Agreement and Africa: Unlocking Opportunities to Scale out Clean Energy
Richard Munang 06.27.17