Category archives for: Recycling

The Bad and Good Sides in ExxonMobil Petroleum Agreement

Accra, February 19, 2018//-The Government of Ghana has signed an agreement with ExxonMobil in a move that will see increased activities in Ghana’s oil exploration activities.

Innovation: Ghanaian Produces Pavement Blocks from Plastic Waste

Accra, February 7, 2018//-A Ghanaian has introduced an innovation product in the construction industry that is set to help the country solve its plastic waste menace and create jobs for the teeming unemployed youth.

Converting Agric Residues into Bioenergy

January 30, 2018//-Countries striving to meet their growing energy needs while also lowering greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) are increasingly turning to renewables – such as hydro, wind and solar power – to reduce their dependence on fossil fuels.

Inside fDi: Relying on Empty rhetoric? That’s Unsustainable

December 22, 2017//-Every organisation wants to be sustainable. It sounds good and achieving ‘sustainability’ is popular from the boardroom to the customer. However, says Courtney Fingar, rather than simply plastering the word all over glossy brochures, governments and investors must work out what their version of sustainability actually means.

New Environmentally Friendly Buses Make Georgia’s Capital More Liveable

December 20, 2017//-Art nouveau architecture, lively cafes and legendary hospitality: Tbilisi is rich in rewards. It is no surprise that more and more people are visiting Georgia’s capital and that many are moving there.

Africa Progress Panel: More Than 1 in 4 People on Earth Will Be Africans

Geneva, Switzerland, December 18, 2017/ — By 2050 more than one in four people on our planet will be African. Bold action is needed now to ensure that all of them have a fair chance of leading healthy, prosperous and fulfilling lives,  the newest and final report from Kofi Annan’s Africa Progress Panel (APP) has revealed.

Zambia National Park Becomes World’s Most Carbon Neutral

Lusaka, Zambia, December 15, 2017/ — Luambe National Park in Zambia has achieved a conservation milestone this week as it became the most carbon neutral National Park in the world.

EBRD Driving Forward Global Climate Goals at Paris One Planet Summit

December 11, 2017//-The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) will join other global development organisations in stepping up the momentum for global climate action at the One Planet climate summit in Paris on 12 December.

German to Host World’s Largest Gathering on Sustainable Land Use

December 5 , 2017//-Cultural instigator Scott Goodson, President of Mauritius Ammenah Gurib Fakim, yogi and spiritual leader Sadhguru, and UN Environment Director General Erik Solheim are headlining an unprecedented gathering in Bonn, Germany of more than 45 organizations.

Fan Milk Co-finances Major Recycling Project in Ghana  

  Accra, November 23, 2017//-Fan Milk, a leading dairy products producer has launched “Pick it” in Ghana, an inclusive recycling project which aims to contribute to increased plastics collection rates and to improve waste pickers livelihoods.

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