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Jayne Musumba uploaded a new Document 28 January 2010
CDG Primer Report final web
Thorben Kruse posted Information 27 January 2010

In this addendum to his report, the Special Rapporteur analyses a trend that has accelerated following the 2008 global food price crisis: large-scale acquisitions and leases of
land.

Thorben Kruse uploaded a new Document 27 January 2010

2010 01 de Schutter Large Scale Land Acquisitions

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World Future Energy Summit, the world’s platform for sustainable future
energy solutions, provides an ideal networking event for industry leaders,
investors, scientists, specialists, policymakers and researchers to discuss
the challenges of rising energy demand and actions to achieve a cleaner and
more sustainable future for the world.
 

In April 2006, Abu Dhabi took a bold and historic decision to embrace
renewable and sustainable energy solutions. As the first major
hydrocarbon-producing nation to take such a step, it established its
leadership position by launching Masdar, a global cooperative platform
dedicated to finding and deploying solutions to some of the mankind’s most
pressing issues: energy security, climate change and truly sustainable human
development.

http://www.worldfutureenergysummit.com/home.aspx [1]

[1] http://www.worldfutureenergysummit.com/home.aspx

Zaira Girbau Garcia posted Information 27 January 2010
The first tender of the Global Sustainable Biomass Fund has yielded ten approved projects, which will receive a total of €4.7 million.
Zaira Girbau Garcia posted Information 27 January 2010
Renewable energy and energy efficiency were sectors with a lot of potential to scale up South African and German cooperation, said Southern African German Chamber of Commerce and Industry CEO Matthias Boddenberg this week.
Zaira Girbau Garcia posted Information 27 January 2010

The concept is to use the deserts of North Africa to produce electricity and desalinate water using solar thermoelectric power plants and solar concentrating systems. By 2050, Europe could receive 15% of its electricity from the African desert.

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