Over the next five years, the new £250 million UK aid package would ensure UK expertise and experience can help developing countries become more climate resilient and move away from fossil fuels onto cleaner energy sources.
The conference themed: Growing Blue: Sustainable and Shared Exploitation of the Ocean, was hosted by the government of Mozambique from May 23-24 May 2019 and chaired by Mozambique President Filipe Nyus.
The Group Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Continental Re Plc, Dr Femi Oyetunji said, “The recent devastation wrought by Cyclone Idai, and now Cyclone Kenneth, is yet another wake-up call for the urgent need for action and collaboration t
One of the trends according to panellist Sachin Vankalas, Director of Operations & Sustainability at LuxFLAG, is that an increasing awareness of ESG is driving demand in this investment category
The event entitled ‘Moving from emergency relief to building resilience,” will feature two panels and a Seminar on the achievements and challenges in addressing climate change through Bank activities across all sectors.
Christian Wessels, executive chairman of Daystar Power, commented: "We are excited about our partnership with Trine, as it will allow a new class of investors to invest in our solar power plants in West Africa.
“So, this Renewable Energy Bond builds on our well-established experience in the renewables sector and allows us to extend our support of clean energy provision in South Africa through an innovative, sustainable development goals-focused capital mar
Why Africa and other developing continents? Africa cannot properly manage its affairs, plan or design its own climate action programmes and above all, it’s not very much accountable.