landscapes in Africa, creating a better environment for everyone along its path.The wall provides a solution to many urgent problems facing the world – namely, climate change, drought, famine, and migration.
After the wall’s completion, it will measure three times the size of the Great Barrier Reef. The wall will then become the world’s largest living structure.The Great Green Wall began in Africa’s Sahel region, at the southern edge of the Sahara desert.
Millions of people here live in poverty and face devastating impacts of climate change. Due to global warming, the area experiences frequent droughts, food insecurity, conflicts over scarce resources, and mass migration to Europe.Read more on powerofpositivity.com