Sudan – battling the twin forces of civil war and climate change
On 28 November, 195 parties and 17,000 delegates will descend on Durban for the latest round of global climate talks.
Africa is the continent most vulnerable to climate change, because of its vastness, its poverty and its diversity. Its people also stand to lose the most because they have the least resources to adapt.
Before the talks, John Vidal embarked on a journey between Africa's two most industrialised countries – South Africa and Egypt.