How can we save the world's amazing places?
Standing here, before the amazing, awesome power of the falls, it’s so clear to me the intimate ties between ourselves and the natural world, between Africa and the rest of the globe.” In the segment, Sobecki told GMA about the effects of a regional drought on the Zambezi River: “Wildlife is really, really struggling. This waterfall is really a way of purifying the source and sustaining the lives of those who live along its banks.”
Sobecki talked about the changes in climate that affect the falls—and noted the outsized role the United States and China have in that. Africa’s 54 nations, she noted, are responsible for only 4 percent of the world’s carbon emissions.