Seeing people’s way of life dying moved me

Sunday Magazine – The Standard

Climate change is one of the most pressing issues of our generation. Mohamed Adow, founder and director of Power Shift Africa, a renewable energy and climate change think tank, is one of Kenya’s leading voices on this global crisis. 

Mr Adow recently received a Sh300 million-award for his efforts in battling climate change. He spoke to Sunday Magazine’s Jacqueline Mahugu about his work.

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