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21 05 2022 | 23:39

MOROCCO: a feasibility study to develop 5,400 hectares of land in Fez-Meknes

CID (Conseil ingénierie et développement) has won the tender for the feasibility studies for the hydro-agricultural development project for 5,400 hectares of irrigable land in Fez-Meknes, Morocco.…

21 05 2022 | 23:35

SOUTH AFRICA: Anglo American launches first hydrogen-powered mining truck

Mining operator Anglo American is launching Africa's first ever hydrogen-powered mining truck. The truck, which is also equipped with electric batteries, has been designed as part of Anglo American's…

21 05 2022 | 23:31

SOMALIA: Solar-powered desalination system provides water to Caynabo

With funding from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Aptech Africa and Genius Watter are completing the installation of a solar-powered desalination system in Caynabo, Somaliland. In…

21 05 2022 | 23:26

NIGERIA: Zugacoin and Green Enclave to develop a smart city in Rivers State

Port Harcourt in Nigeria will soon be equipped with a green infrastructure package as part of its transformation into a smart city. The project, jointly developed by real estate company Green Enclave…

21 05 2022 | 23:20

TUNISIA: 31 waste management SMEs authorised to restart their activities

The National Agency for Waste Management (ANAGED) has given its approval for the reopening of 31 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) specialised in solid waste collection in Tunisia. These…

21 05 2022 | 23:17

LIBERIA: Global steel giant ArcelorMittal fined for pollution

ArcelorMittal Liberia has been convicted during a technical hearing for polluting water bodies in Nimba County. The local subsidiary of global steel giant ArcelorMittal will pay a fine of 110,000 US…

21 05 2022 | 23:06

MALAWI: Golomoti solar power plant with storage goes into commercial operation

In Malawi, the Golomoti solar power plant is entering commercial operation. The 20 MW facility is located in the Dedza district and feeds its output into Malawi's national power grid. The Golomoti…

21 05 2022 | 23:01

ZAMBIA: Pro-Nature project fisheries component launched

The French Development Agency (AFD) and Conservation International (CI) are launching the sustainable fisheries component of the Pro-Nature Enterprises for the People of Southern Africa project. This…

21 05 2022 | 22:56

BURKINA FASO: Amea Power closes financing for its Zina solar power plant

UAE-based independent power producer (IPP) Amea Power has announced that it has closed the financing for the construction phase of its Zina solar power plant. The plant will have a capacity of 26.6…

21 05 2022 | 17:15

Four climate change records broken in 2021: WMO State of the Climate Report

Four key climate change indicators—greenhouse gas concentrations, sea level rise, ocean heat and ocean acidification—set new records in 2021. This is yet another clear sign that human activities are…

21 05 2022 | 16:57

Kenya: Bees at risk from pesticides and habitat loss

Bees are important pollinators but they are under threat from habitat loss and farming practices. In Kenya, environmental scientists are calling for a new multidisciplinary approach that involves…

21 05 2022 | 16:49

Temperatures in parts of Spain reach highest on record for May

‘Extraordinarily hot for time of year’ in central and south regions, says meteorological agency, with forecast of 40C in Andalucía Parts of Spain are experiencing their hottest May since records…

21 05 2022 | 07:59

Gas giants paying zero income tax on Australian operations, new data shows

As the gas and oil industry gathers in Brisbane for the annual APPEA summit, new data has revealed that a handful of the biggest miners of Australian gas have paid no income tax for the better part…

21 05 2022 | 07:56

Climate change making heatwaves more intense

The chances of a record-breaking heatwave in north-west India and Pakistan has been made over 100 times more likely because of climate change says a Met Office study.

21 05 2022 | 07:51

EU announces 'full switch' of existing grey hydrogen production to green H2, backed by carbon contracts

The European Commission (EC) will roll out carbon contracts for difference (CCfD) subsidies (see panel below) for green hydrogen using cash from its Innovation Fund “to support a full switch of the…

21 05 2022 | 07:41

Climate change: The Indian village that could disappear under water

Uppada, a coastal village in the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, is known for its unique weaving tradition. But its existence is under threat because of rising sea levels. Several people…

21 05 2022 | 07:40

1 in 7 people globally currently at high risk due to lack of access to cooling

These numbers are set to rise by 2030 without action to achieve universal electrification and end extreme poverty. Sustainable Energy for All’s new report Chilling Prospects reveals the escalating…

21 05 2022 | 07:38

'By 2026 it'll be too late' | Global green energy boom plus deep decarbonisation to reach Paris: ETC

The international gear-up to a renewables-driven global energy system will need to be supercharged by the removal of vast volumes of CO2 alongside “deep decarbonisation” for the planet to stand a…

21 05 2022 | 07:37

Deutsche Bank faces AGM protests over fossil fuel finance

Germany - On Thursday 19th May climate justice activists will take part in a series of coordinated protests targeting Deutsche Bank on the day of the bank’s Annual General Meeting. Protests will take…