Tree Adoption Uganda (TAU): While disproportionately affecting Africa, the climate crisis is being experienced in many parts of the world. It affects continents differently depending on the adaptive capacity of their constituent countries. Africa has become less livable in the recent decades as countries chiefly depend on agriculture which largely depends on climatic conditions. The changes have led to disruption of agricultural seasons affecting agricultural production. Poor agricultural output inevitably leads to food insecurity, economic challenges, health issues and migrations. The climate change crisis in Africa is worsened by the high levels of vulnerability, exposing communities to the impacts of extreme weather events like prolonged droughts, erratic rains, floods, landslides among others. The planet is becoming less livable every day that passes by, fortunately for Africa, it’s not too late to reverse encroachments and restore landscapes to make the environment better.