The World Future Energy Summit will run from January 18 to 21 in Abu Dhabi. Discussions will include the funding of renewable energy projects, industry trends and the sun and wind power markets in Egypt.
Technical report from the National Survey per Household Sample shows that in 2014, at the beginning of the economic crisis, the country continued to improve in the social area, but that the results could be better.
The program will be presented at COP21, in Paris, and proposes policies to mitigate the effects of climate change in the continent.
As per FAO projections, in case new policies are not implemented, there will be 653 million hungry people in the world by 2030. In the Middle East and North Africa, the number should drop from 36 million to 29 million.
Report says that there’s no lack of land for the production of bioenergy in the world and its occupation for this purpose doesn’t put at risk food production.
The Brazilian Forest Service has awarded concessions for two companies to produce legal wood in four sections in Altamira.
The institution pleads for immediate measures and new approaches to government investment in infrastructure in the continent to mitigate the impact of climate change.
Investment will be made at Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Solar Park. The goal is to increase the energy power generating capacity from 13 MW to 3,000 megawatts until 2030.
The Arab country and Brazil are among the countries recognized by the FAO last Sunday for their anti-hunger actions. The African country has slashed its malnutrition rate from 14.6% to 6.5%.
Amr Farouk is speaking at a panel on food security at an international science meeting designed to discuss poverty eradication and sustainable development next week.
The United Nations conference is taking place in Peru next week. It is considered a transitional event leading into COP-21, due in Paris, 2015, where global climate targets will be set.