Representatives from over 40 African, Latin American and Caribbean countries are taking part of a conference organized by the UN. A Moroccan official will be one of the speakers.
The funds will be supplied by the World Bank for the funding of projects involving forests, free-range areas and farming lands in the Northwest and Midwest of the country.
Investment in renewable sources dominated the power generation industry in the Middle East and Africa in 2016, consulting firm EY has reported. In 2017, a Saudi program will be a highlight.
Fourth phase of mega project will have a 200 megawatts capacity and it is expected to be operational by April 2021.
It starts on Monday in Abu Dhabi. The main event of the Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week is the World Future Energy Summit. More than 38,000 attendees, from 175 countries, are expected.
The Dubai International Award for Best Practices to Improve the Living Environment (DIABP) will be accepting submissions until October 31.
The event will happen on October 5 and 6. Panelists from several countries will get together to discuss funding for sustainable actions and implementation of the Paris Climate Agreement.
World conference on climate change is slated for November in Marrakech with a high-ranking pre-event meeting slated to September 8 and 9. Among the topics are energy transition, countries’ targets and the post-COP21 scenario.
The exchange of social programs in less wealthy countries helps fight poverty and fuel development. A report from the United Nations Development Programme showcases the Brazilian experience.
Countries want to increase the share of alternative sources in their energy matrixes. The topic was discussed in a forum held this week in Egypt.