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Monthly Archives: April, 2022

Global injustice concern as climate change induced heatwaves hit South Asia

Over a billion people are currently contending with deadly temperatures as the relentless heatwave in Pakistan and India continues to climb, with spring-time temperatures...

Ghana oil palm project plants agro forestry trees on 1000 hectares of land

A Climate Resilient Oil Palm Project (CROPP) in Ghana is targeting 1,000 hectares of land to plant oil palm and agro forestry trees in...

Revised National Energy Policy, National Energy Master Plan will revamp sector – Onu

The Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation, Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu, has said the 2022 Revised National Energy Policy (NEP) and National Energy Master Plan...

Race to Zero Emissions accelerates in Asia

The UN and various partners are boosting climate action in Asia by reaching out to key non-Party stakeholders who have the ability to shift...

Report highlights risk from global warming in ‘Third Pole’

The glacier-capped mountains of South Asia, which provide billions of people with drinking water, are warming at an alarming rate, finds a new report...

Africa housing ministers meet in New York, unify voices on sustainable urbanisation

Ministers of Works and Housing from Africa countries on Thursday, April 28, 2022, presented a common position on the global debate for the implementation...

UNGA president seeks robust cooperation on implementation new urban agenda

UN General Assembly President, Abdulla Shahid, on Thursday, April 28, 2022, called on Member States to improve cooperation and accelerate progress on the New...

Raeesah Chandlay: Human-wildlife conflict amidst a changing climate

Raeesah Chandlay of the African Climate Reality Project in this treatise tackles the contentious issue of human-wildlife conflict and its exacerbation amidst the climate...

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Senator Abaribe leads African MPs’ climate finance demand to the G7

Parliamentarians from across Africa, led by Nigerian Senator, Enyinnaya Abaribe, has called on G7 countries to show more commitment...
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While some chemical pollutants reducing in the environment, new ones keep popping up – Study

A comprehensive global study of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) – health-endangering chemicals that stay in the environment over decades...

EU hopes Azerbaijan will achieve best results at COP29

Azerbaijan, hosting COP29 as one of the key players in the fight against global climate change, will achieve the...

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Senator Abaribe leads African MPs’ climate finance demand to the G7

Parliamentarians from across Africa, led by Nigerian Senator, Enyinnaya...

While some chemical pollutants reducing in the environment, new ones keep popping up – Study

A comprehensive global study of persistent organic pollutants (POPs)...
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