Ukraine’s Nuclear Power Plant loses connection link once again

Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) has once again lost the connection to its last remaining main external power line, but the facility is continuing to supply electricity to the grid through a reserve line, the International Atomic Energy Agency…

After 34-Year Gap, the Philippines has a Nuclear Facility Again

After more than three decades, the Philippines is again operating a nuclear facility. In 2014, a proposal was accepted to utilize fuel elements of a shutdown research reactor for training and education, which the IAEA has been supporting through a…

‘Optimism about pace of energy transitions is declining’, reveals WEC’s latest ‘World Energy Pulse’

Released today, the World Energy Council’s latest World Energy Pulse has revealed there is declining optimism about the pace of energy transition among global energy leaders as energy security increasingly reframes affordable climate security actions. This is based on findings…

Dubai-based Olive Gaea joins hands with Sapio Analytics to launch “The Climate Future Project”

Olive Gaea, a Dubai-based Sustainability as a Service (SaaS) platform providing Net Zero solutions to organizations across the MENATI region, and Sapio Analytics, an artificial intelligence-based government support organization, joined hands to launch “The Climate Future Project”. The agreement brings together…

Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo to launch Nigeria’s Energy Transition Plan

The Energy Energy Transition Plan is set to be launched. With support from United Nations and other Development Partners, this bold plan will present an opportunity for the private sector to step up and make a difference and be pioneers in creating new markets; as well as provide an opportunity for the government to announce new opportunities to attract results based financing

More Nigerians embrace renewable energy in first Qtr of 2022- Experts

Experts in renewable energy on Wednesday said that more Nigerians embraced the use of renewable energy in the first half of 2022 due to poor electricity supply and increase in prices of petroleum products. In separate interviews with the News…

NDC Partnership provides developing countries with enhanced financing tools to ramp up implementation of climate measures

Developing countries will access new climate funding and finance tools to address climate change, thanks to a Finance Strategy launched by the NDC Partnership in Montego Bay, Jamaica. The Most Honourable Andrew Holness, Prime Minister of Jamaica, launched the new Strategy with…

Future of Renewable Energy in Africa

Energy has been defined as the greatest enabler of industrial growth and socio-economic development and this realization has sunk, not just into the consciousness but also policies of African governments. With Africa adjudged the least developed continent in the world,…

Sustainable Innovation Forum seeks effective delivery of high level commitments by world leaders on Day 1.

Following a week of significant progress at the COP26 summit in Glasgow, the Sustainable Innovation Forum in the Climate Action Innovation Zone opened Monday with three days of discussion focused on how high-level commitments made by world leaders can be…

Africa needs the right strategies for adaptation and mitigation that meet the needs of the people, communities and further boosts our developmental agenda…..says Landry Ninteretse

Africa needs the right strategies for adaptation and mitigation that meet the needs of the people, communities and further boosts our developmental agenda. Says Landry Ninteretse in an interview with Environment Africa Magazine. Landry has been very passionate about climate…

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