News

23/01

Waste recovery is an urgent matter for Africa

Waste is accumulating in open-air landfills in sub-Saharan Africa due to inadequate waste processing. While it poses clear health and climate risks, its recovery could create real economic opportunities.

22/01

Egypt: Over 112 million euros to improve...

In Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt and the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development signed two major agreements on December 8 worth a total sum of 2.2 billion Egyptian pounds (EGP), i.e. over 112 million euros. The issue at stake is reinforcing the water management system by optimizing the resources available in the Sinai peninsula.

17/01

100% renewable energy: a goal that is more...

Over 100 cities in the United States have already committed to implementing a total transition to clean energy. In Chicago, many members of civil society want to encourage the city to make an official commitment to this end.

16/01

Save endangered gorillas by recycling your...

In the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Gabon, gorillas’ habitat is threatened by the mining of rare metals such as gold and coltan, which are notably used to manufacture smartphones.

15/01

28 banks mobilize to make their sector more...

During its Global Roundtable in Paris in late November, the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI) and 28 banks from around the world launched a shared roadmap to help fund the Sustainable Development Goals and climate actions.

10/01

Agriculture: solar energy bears fruit in Sudan

Sudanese farmers can count on the “Solar for Agriculture” project. The main aim is to no longer depend on fossil fuels, while reducing farm production costs and increasing farmers’ revenue.

Agenda

13/15 February

ICCGE 2019

The 8th International...

26/27 February

ICEP 2019

The International...

News

23/01

Waste recovery is an urgent matter for Africa

Waste is accumulating in open-air landfills in sub-Saharan Africa due to inadequate waste processing. While it poses clear health and climate risks, its recovery could create real economic opportunities.

22/01

Egypt: Over 112 million euros to improve drinking water access

In Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt and the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development signed two major agreements on December 8 worth a total sum of 2.2 billion Egyptian pounds (EGP), i.e. over 112 million euros. The issue at stake is reinforcing the water management system by optimizing the resources available in the Sinai peninsula.

17/01

100% renewable energy: a goal that is more relevant than ever in Chicago

Over 100 cities in the United States have already committed to implementing a total transition to clean energy. In Chicago, many members of civil society want to encourage the city to make an official commitment to this end.

16/01

Save endangered gorillas by recycling your smartphone

In the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Gabon, gorillas’ habitat is threatened by the mining of rare metals such as gold and coltan, which are notably used to manufacture smartphones.

15/01

28 banks mobilize to make their sector more responsible

During its Global Roundtable in Paris in late November, the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI) and 28 banks from around the world launched a shared roadmap to help fund the Sustainable Development Goals and climate actions.

10/01

Agriculture: solar energy bears fruit in Sudan

Sudanese farmers can count on the “Solar for Agriculture” project. The main aim is to no longer depend on fossil fuels, while reducing farm production costs and increasing farmers’ revenue.

Agenda