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An Impulse of Human Activities to Carbon Dioxide Gas Emissions in the Sub-Saharan Africa Region
Journal of Economics and Sustainable Development
It is complicated to determine with exactitude the share of responsibility of the various sources of pollution for Africa. This intricacy emphasizes that pollution is not always considered a major risk for the continent. The existing data are still too few and often too imprecise to assess the extent of pollution on the continent. Sub-Saharan Africa is challenged by increasing pollution reinforced by a lack of politics and goodwill to formulate and implement good practices to deal with climatedoi:10.7176/jesd/12-6-04 fatcat:y5ensmi2i5df3on3lhgjrhlr3u