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11Jun
Greenpeace Africa Launches Online Environmental Activism Platform

Greenpeace Africa Launches Online Environmental Activism Platform

Greenpeace Africa marked this year’s World Environment Day by launching VUMA.EARTH – an online campaign platform for ordinary citizens to run environmental petitions. The platform seeks to grow an environmental movement and give a voice to millions of Africans across the continent. The tool provides a space for Africans to start campaigns that address environmental issues affecting their local communities.

03Jul
Gabon Gets Funds to Reduce Emissions by 50%

Gabon Gets Funds to Reduce Emissions by 50%

The Government of Gabon and the Central African Forest Initiative (CAFI) signed a Letter of Intent for 18 million US dollars to protect the country’s forests and accelerate the fight against climate change.

31May
Voith’s New East Africa Hub to Boost Hydropower

Voith’s New East Africa Hub to Boost Hydropower

On May 11, 2018 technology group Voith opened its new East Africa Hub in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa which will serve to highlight its active contribution to the development of electricity generation from hydropower in East Africa.

10May
Algeria to Resuscitate Large-Scale Solar Plans

Algeria to Resuscitate Large-Scale Solar Plans

The Algerian government is looking at resuscitating its large-scale solar plans by restarting the 4 GW solar tender which was first announced in March 2017. This was recently revealed by Mouloud Bakli who is the president of Algerian solar energy association, Club Energia, and managing director of Tell Group.

03Jun
Africa Financial Alliance for Climate Change Proposed

Africa Financial Alliance for Climate Change Proposed

Scientific evidence shows that African economies are already reeling from the devastating effects of climate change, further exacerbating their development challenges. Also, seven out of the ten countries most threatened by climate change are in Africa.

03Jun
Africa Financial Alliance for Climate Change Proposed

Africa Financial Alliance for Climate Change Proposed

Scientific evidence shows that African economies are already reeling from the devastating effects of climate change, further exacerbating their development challenges. Also, seven out of the ten countries most threatened by climate change are in Africa.