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The world's greatest challenge

The Greatest Challengeby Nontobeko ZuluHigh school teacher at Evelyn Baring High SchoolHarvey, Irma, Jose, Maria – with 103 deaths and an unimaginable $200 billion in damages, most expensive in U.S history. South Asia floods killing 1200 people across India, Nepal and Bangladesh; destroying 18000 schools (Guardian, 30 August 2017). Malaria killing over 400 000 people per year. The carnage is endless. All in one year, 2017. It is unthinkable to say some individuals still deem climate change a…See More
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Nontobeko Zulu posted a blog post

The world's greatest challenge

The Greatest Challengeby Nontobeko ZuluHigh school teacher at Evelyn Baring High SchoolHarvey, Irma, Jose, Maria – with 103 deaths and an unimaginable $200 billion in damages, most expensive in U.S history. South Asia floods killing 1200 people across India, Nepal and Bangladesh; destroying 18000 schools (Guardian, 30 August 2017). Malaria killing over 400 000 people per year. The carnage is endless. All in one year, 2017. It is unthinkable to say some individuals still deem climate change a…See More
Dec 23, 2017
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The world's greatest challenge

The Greatest Challengeby Nontobeko ZuluHigh school teacher at Evelyn Baring High SchoolHarvey, Irma, Jose, Maria – with 103 deaths and an unimaginable $200 billion in damages, most expensive in U.S history. South Asia floods killing 1200 people across India, Nepal and Bangladesh; destroying 18000 schools (Guardian, 30 August 2017). Malaria killing over 400 000 people per year. The carnage is endless. All in one year, 2017. It is unthinkable to say some individuals still deem climate change a…See More
Dec 23, 2017
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The world's greatest challenge

Posted on December 29, 2017 at 8:30am 0 Comments

The Greatest Challenge

by Nontobeko Zulu

High school teacher at Evelyn Baring High School



Harvey, Irma, Jose, Maria – with 103 deaths and an unimaginable $200 billion in damages, most expensive in U.S history. South Asia floods killing 1200 people across India, Nepal and Bangladesh; destroying 18000 schools (Guardian, 30 August 2017). Malaria killing over 400 000 people per year. The carnage is endless. All in one year, 2017. It is unthinkable to say some individuals still… Continue

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