February 12, 2013 – Venice, Italy: Climate Agenda in Africa: Interview with Raffaello Cervigni, World Bank
"We can no longer use the climate of the past as a guide to design the investments of the future" states Raffaello Cervigni, Lead Economist at The World Bank in this interview granted to Re3. Extreme events are becoming increasingly frequent particularly in Sub Saharan Africa, and it is of utmost importance to raise the quality and effectiveness of investments in key sectors such as agriculture, transport and urban development, in order to ensure their resilience to a changing climate.
In this interview, Raffaello Cervigni gives a short overview of the topics tackled during his seminar at FEEM’s premises in Venice: "The Climate Agenda in Africa: Key Issues and Role of International
Development Cooperation" on February 12, 2013.