"In the face of the global climate change, increasing natural resource degradation and rising environmental pollution, many African countries are attempting to embrace the concept of green economy as a means of growing their economies while enhancing social justice and protecting the environment," writes This Day.
Nigeria, Third Preferred Destination for Green Economy Projects - Report
This Day, 13 November 2018
Nigeria is the third most preferred destination for member countries of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) seeking to fund projects that would… Read more »
Kenya to Move to Green Energy By 2020, Says President
Nation, 13 November 2018
Kenya targets 100 per cent transition to green energy by 2020 to address the climate change challenge, President Uhuru Kenyatta has said. Read more »
Kenya Targets Green Energy Sufficiency By 2020, President Kenyatta Says
Capital FM, 12 November 2018
Kenya targets to attain 100 per cent transition to green energy by 2020 as it scales up investment in renewable energy to address the climate change challenge concretely, President… Read more »
Promising Climate Options for Ethiopia, Kenya
UNEP, 9 November 2018
A new report draws on the climate change mitigation experiences of a number of countries to highlight "win-win" options for Ethiopia and Kenya. Read more »
Reviving Nigeria's Agricultural Sector
This Day, 2 October 2018
As Nigeria celebrates its 58th Independence Anniversary, Jonathan Eze writes on the need for governments at all level to go back to agriculture to achieve sustainable and long-term… Read more »
Helping Ethiopia Achieve Green Growth and Avoid Industrialised Nations' Environmental Mistakes
IPS, 15 October 2018
As Ethiopia undergoes a period of unprecedented change and reform, the Global Green Growth Institute(GGGI) is partnering with the Ethiopian government to try and ensure this vital… Read more »
GE Africa announced that it is partnering with Kipeto Energy Limited to build a new wind farm in Kenya's Kajiado County. GE will be the sole equipment supplier for the 100MW ... Read more »
The completion of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam will see the country becoming a leading centre for renewable energy in Africa, according to Prime Minister Hailemariam ... Read more »
Africa can become a model for the supply of cost-effective clean and renewable energy without relying on government subsidies. Read more »
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