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July 23

  • Tanzania: Govt Turns to More Gas and Coal to Meet Its Energy Needs


    Despite facing a direct threat from climate change, Tanzania plans to rely heavily on coal and natural gas for its future energy needs as the country strives to develop its... Read more »

  • Africa: Future Earth's 'Global' Secretariat Under Fire


    The announcement of the "globally distributed" secretariat for Future Earth, a research platform aiming to provide scientific knowledge and support for sustainable development, has... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Climate Change Impacts Hydropower Generation

    Daily News

    CLIMATE change has been pointed out as a reason to decreasing electricity generation from hydropower sources, which has had an adverse impact on the economy. Read more »

  • Tanzania: Climate Change Could Mean Low Crop Yield, More Malaria Cases

    Daily News

    EXPERTS say Tanzania is currently suffering high economic costs due to extreme events due to climate change. The costs include low crop yields due to drought and floods, as well as... Read more »

  • Southern Africa: Climate Change Must Share the Agenda

    The Herald

    The 34th Sadc Summit will be held next month in Victoria Falls at a time when climate change has wrecked havoc on the region, disrupting seasons and adversely affecting... Read more »

  • Africa: U.S. Officials Outline Implications of Energy, Climate Policies [document]

    State Department

    Climate change and global energy insecurity pose profound challenges for U.S. foreign policy, U.S. officials told a Senate panel July 22. Read more »

  • Rwanda: Govt Procures Rwf1.3 Billion Weather Radar

    New Times

    Rwanda Meteorology Agency (RMA) has acquired a new radar system that will help detect weather hazards to help boost the safety of the aviation industry. Read more »

  • Ghana: Mahama Promises Sustainable Funding for Climate Change

    Ghanaian Chronicle

    PRESIDENT JOHN Dramani Mahama on Tuesday announced that government is exploring ways of carrying out sustainable surveillance on the emergence of climate change and environmental... Read more »

  • Nigeria: We're Doing Our Best to Curtail Ocean Surge in Lagos - Prince Oniru [interview]

    Daily Trust

    As the challenge of climate change bites harder and incidences of ocean surge become recurrent decimal, Daily Trust speaks with the Commissioner for Water Front Infrastructures in... Read more »

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