UN: Climate change will melt all glaciers in Africa in next 20 years | DW News

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Africa’s iconic ice glaciers could disappear in just 20 years – and it’s because of climate change, caused by humans. A new UN-backed report has warned the last remaining glaciers in East Africa are shrinking fast. And across the continent, the impacts of climate change could result in drought, floods and extreme heat affecting hundreds of millions of people.

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