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According to UNEP, last week, Nigeria, Benin, Togo, Ghana, and Côte d’Ivoire introduced strict standards that will ensure cleaner, low sulphur diesel fuels, and better emissions standards, thus effectively cutting off Europe’s West African market Five West African nations are banning ‘dirty’ European fuels – exported fuels with higher sulphur levels – in response to …

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VDMA again holds foodtec-symposium After the great success of the second edition of agrofood & plastplack Nigeria 2016 the German trade fair specialists fairtrade announce its 3rd edition for 28 to 30 March 2017 at the Landmark Centre in Lagos. For the first time there will be an official German Pavilion with more than 20 …

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By Naomi Gateri Kenya is among the top ten countries in Africa known to have a large area for growth of potatoes. In the country, potatoes are ranked the second after maize in term of importance. You will find it in most of the meals as they can be baked, fried or boiled. Do you …

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By Martin Wakaba – an entrepreneur who has several startup projects Last year, Esther Njeri asked herself why people had developed an affinity for junk foods, thereby leading to bouts ailments that could have been controlled in the first place. Instantly, an idea popped out and within no time, she had set up a business …

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By Martin Wakaba – an entrepreneur who has several startup projects Bilateral agreements have the power to propel the financial awareness and capacity of farmers towards the right direction. Critically, bilateral agreements can change the fortunes of any personality involved in the relevant sectors through the provision of necessary equipments and resources. This is what …

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At today’s event, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, the World Bank and the African Development Bank has announced the African Package for Climate-Resilient Ocean Economies A special Oceans Action Event at the UN Climate Change Conference in Marrakech (COP22) is bringing together over 400 high-level participants from around the world …

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The report, “A New Vision for Weather and Climate Services in Africa,” highlights new technologies and new approaches that will enable sub-Saharan African countries to support the sustainability of investments in the weather and climate services sector During today’s climate talks in Marrakech, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) launched a report that focuses on …

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The event was moderated by Mr Linus Mofor, ACPC Senior Natural Resources Officer responsible for energy, infrastructure and climate change An African development pathway that could propel climate-resilient economic growth is possible if an enabling environment that promotes innovation and collaborative actions for climate change solutions is put into place, concluded a side event themed …

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On this occasion, the “Blue Book on Water and Climate” will be launched by the Moroccan Government and its partners as a concrete outcome of its interim International Conference on Water and Climate, hosted in Rabat in July 2016, in cooperation with the Government of France and the World Water Council Organized for the first …

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By Martin Wakaba – an individual who is keen on developmental concepts Governor Lee Kinyanjui of Nakuru and Governor Francis Kimemia of Nyandarua clearly understand the positive implications that would arise from the revival of the pyrethrum sector. The two governors have set their sights on making sure that the region reaps from the growth …

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