Category archives for: Recycling

Chart of the Week: Greenery and Prosperity

May 22, 2018//-Economic growth has traditionally moved in tandem with pollution. But can countries break this link and manage to grow while lowering pollution?

Kenya’s Amu Power , GE Sign Clean Coal Tech Agreement

Nairobi, Kenya, May 16, 2018// — Gulf Energy, the developer of the 1050Mw Lamu Coal Power Plant (Amu Power), the largest private sector led infrastructure project in East and Central Africa, has today entered into a Clean Coal Technology agreement with General Electric (GE).

Why Nuclear Power for African Countries Doesn’t Make Sense

May 15, 2018//-Over the last few years reports have surfaced of a range of African countries planning nuclear power plants.

Shabbirali Mussa: Solving the Waste Challenge of Tanzania

May 11, 2018//-From Arusha to Dar es Salaam, over every five minutes walk you will find a plastic bag (polythene) on the road or in a drainage leading to pollution.

Stop Ignoring Threat Posed by Climate Change

May 1, 2018//-There is some denial in several quarters in the globe on the existence of climate change. Some of this is coming from high ranking people in politics, especially in US and lobby groups associated with powerful profit making organisations.

10 Ways To Be a Better Environmental Steward in 2018

April 18, 2018//-The actions most of us engage in harm and degrade the environment in various ways and it’s the reason people are called upon adopt and engage in practices that promote a better and healthy environment.

Access Power Launches 2018 Edition of the $7 Million Access Co-Development Facility Competition

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, March 27, 2018/ –Access Power ,  a developer, owner and operator of power projects in emerging markets, today announced the launch of ACF 2018, the third edition of the highly successful funding and support platform for renewable energy projects in Africa and Asia.

Zambia is Activating Climate Actions to Achieve its Contributions to the Paris Agreement

Lusaka, Zambia, March 26, 2018/ — The Government of Zambia is activating climate actions across the country to achieve its contributions to the Paris Agreement.

One of Africa’s Most Promising Cities has a Trash Problem

March 22, 2018//-Ghana is the world’s fastest growing economy, with a government set on attracting investment and tourism. But residents of its biggest city, from taxi drivers to academics, are overwhelmed by its state.

SA: Biorefinery Facility Launched to address Biomass Waste Challenges

Cape Town, South Africa, March 22, 2018/ — The South African government has launched a R37.5 million biorefinery facility in Durban, which is set to extract maximum value from biomass waste.

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