All articles for the topic: international development
Earthquakes, buildings and green energy: Turkeyâs balancing act
[Government of Mauritius] A two-day sub-regional workshop focusing on cleaner and more energy efficient vehicle strategies for Mauritius and the Southern Africa regions, kicked off this morning at the Ravenala Attitude Hotel in Balaclava in the presence of the Minister of Social Security, Nationa
[Vanguard] THE nation's poor economic situation may worsen as it losses over N534 billion yearly to inefficiency of the power sector, Managing Director, Seplat Petroleum Development Company, Dr. Austin Avuru, has said.
Ethiopia's NAP focuses on agriculture, forestry, health, transport, power, industry, water and urban sectors, identifying them as the most vulnerable.
The UNECE has reviewed Tajikistanâs environmental performance. The review identifies deforestation, contamination of food and water, and air pollution from road transport as the country's most pressing environmental challenges.
[Addis Fortune] The Ethiopian Electric Utility (EEU) is to going to rehabilitate and upgrade electric power distribution lines in six regional towns with 1.7 billion Br financing from the World Bank's (WB) International Development Association (IDA) and the government coffer.
The firstÂ Asia-Pacific Ministerial Summit on the EnvironmentÂ will take place in Bangkok, Thailand, from 5-8 September 2017, and is jointly organized by the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) and UN Environment.Â At the request of member States, the Ministerial Summi