Daily Archives: November 2, 2021

Historic Alliance Launches At COP26 To Accelerate Renewable Energy, Climate Solutions, And Jobs

The Global Energy Alliance for People and Planet aims to unlock USD100 billion in public and private financing in order to: – Reach 1 billion people with reliable, renewable power; – Avoid and avert 4 billion tons of carbon emissions; – Drive economic growth, with 150+ million jobs created, enabled, or improved. This alliance of philanthropies, […]

Historic Alliance Launches At COP26 To Accelerate Renewable Energy, Climate Solutions, And Jobs

The Global Energy Alliance for People and Planet aims to unlock USD100 billion in public and private financing in order to: – Reach 1 billion people with reliable, renewable power; – Avoid and avert 4 billion tons of carbon emissions; – Drive economic growth, with 150+ million jobs created, enabled, or improved. This alliance of philanthropies, […]

CHINT Solar remporte le prix de l’ONUDI dans la catégorie « Gestion durable des terres »

HANGZHOU, Chine, 1e novembre 2021 /PRNewswire/ — CHINT Solar, une société d’énergie solaire de premier plan et entièrement intégrée, dotée de capacités de fabrication de modules en amont et de capacités de développement de projets et d’EPC en aval, a remporté un prix dans la catégorie « Gestion durable des terres » lors de l’appel mondial de […]

Rights Group: Attacks on Somalia Journalists Go Unpunished

Free press advocates are calling for accountability for perpetrators of crimes against media workers as they commemorated the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists.According to the Somali Journalists Syndicate (SJS), an advoc…

Death Toll Rises to 15 in Lagos Building Collapse

Rescue workers in Lagos, Nigeria, continued efforts Tuesday to extricate survivors and recover bodies after the Monday collapse of a 21-story apartment building that was under construction.”We have recovered more bodies. The death toll now stands at 15…

WFP: Madagascar May Be Suffering World’s First Climate-Induced Famine

The World Food Program reports successive years of extreme weather events have plunged thousands of people in Madagascar into what WFP officials say is the world’s first climate-induced famine.Five years of consecutive drought compounded by sandstorms,…