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20.03.2019 - Africa Climate Week Signals Continent’s Huge Investment Opportunity
The high-level segment of the Africa Climate Week in Accra, Ghana, got firmly underway this morning with the official opening ceremony at the capital’s Convention Center.
15.03.2019 - UN Deputy Chief: Africa Needs the Chance to Grow Green
The Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations Amina Mohammed has called for Africa to be "at the center" of the climate action agenda, and for increased finance to the region to ensure that Africa can grow its economy in a sustainable way. It was at the third instalment of the One Planet Summit in Nairobi, Kenya, a meeting convened by President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya, President Emmanuel Macron of France, Interim President of the World Bank Group, Kristalina Georgieva, and herself.
13.03.2019 - Ambitious new plans to scale up climate action in Africa include $22.5bn in new finance
The World Bank Group today made several announcements to scale up support for both climate adaptation and mitigation in Africa during the third One Planet Summit. The summit is being convened by President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya, President Emmanuel Macron of France, Interim President of the World Bank Group, Kristalina Georgieva, and Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, Amina Mohammed.
13.03.2019 - Spanish Top-Tier Soccer Team Aims to Become Climate Neutral
In an unprecedented move for a “La Liga” soccer club, Sevilla-based Real Betis Balompié has officially joined the Climate Neutral Now initiative of UN Climate Change, committing to take action to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions and to compensate the rest.
12.03.2019 - UN calls for urgent rethink as resource use skyrockets
Rapid growth in extraction of materials is the chief culprit in climate change and biodiversity loss – a challenge that will only worsen unless the world urgently undertakes a systemic reform of resource use, according to a report released at the UN Environment Assembly.
04.03.2019 - 5 Reasons Why Climate Action Needs Women
Ahead of International Women’s Day on 8th March, themed “Think equal, build smart, innovate for change”, everyone should acknowledge the benefits that women bring to climate action so that climate change can be properly addressed. Climate change impacts people differently – in terms of socioeconomic circumstances, disabilities, age and gender. When solutions to climate change address these different realities, they are more effective and their impact ripples through society. Here are 5 reasons why climate action and women should be seen holistically.
04.03.2019 - Costa Rica Commits to Fully Decarbonize by 2050
With a 95% share of renewables in its electricity matrix and solid achievements to prevent deforestation - 52 % of the national territory is covered by forests - the Central American nation of Costa Rica is already a world leader in terms of environmental sustainability. However, Costa Rica wants to go further and be an international example of climate action and ambition.
28.02.2019 - Green Climate Fund Board meeting sets stage for successful replenishment: allocates USD 440 million for climate action, strengthens governance, and selects new Executive Director
The 22nd meeting of the Green Climate Fund (GCF) Board ended today, with a raft of decisions to strengthen GCF for its first replenishment. Following the selection of Yannick Glemarec as its new Executive Director at the start of the meeting, the Board then approved nine new climate resilience and low emission projects totaling USD 440 million in GCF resources, and took steps to strengthen operations, reinforce standards and close policy gaps. The meeting also approved the selection of nine new project partners to become Accredited Entities to GCF.
28.02.2019 - Record Registrations Set to Usher in Era of Ambition at Africa Climate Week
Plans for the high-level segment at Africa Climate Week in Accra’s International Convention Center are now taking shape. On the morning of Wednesday, 20 March, the week will be formally opened by the President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo; Ghanaian actress and television personality, Joselyn Dumas; and COP24 President Michał Kurtyka.
18.02.2019 - The Katowice Climate Package: Making The Paris Agreement Work For All
When delegates adopted the 2015 Paris Agreement to widespread cheers and excitement, it was clear that further details needed to be negotiated on how the agreement would be implemented transparently and fairly for all.
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