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Recurring drought and other severe weather events, combined with unstable energy supply in this region, jeopardize socio-economic development and livelihoods. States’ abilities to provide basic services decline as resources become scarce. Simultaneously, resource-constrained countries struggle to access suitable technological solutions. 
While the multidimensional nature of inequality has been relatively well documented, this paper expands the concept of multi-dimensionality to interrogate the role of climate change and climate governance in the multi-dimensional inequality framework and its relevance for Sub-Saharan Africa.

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Annabelle Moreau Santos
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Research Papers
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2492 - 2846
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