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Per capita electricity consumption in Africa is well below the average for residents of the European Union but that doesn’t mean that the continent is short of sustainable power-generating potential, according to a report published by the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre.
viaexpo posted Information 17 January 2011

Green Energy and Waste Management Sectors in SE Europe enjoy a great interest!

17 January 2011

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UNIDO Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development Organization
Created: 
5 November 2010

The group is about three main topics: poverty reduction through productive activities; trade capacity-building and energy and environment.

91 members 177 posts 1 recommendation
GCCA climate is changing
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Owned by: 
etienne coyette
Created: 
20 February 2012

Sharing experiences and knowledge acquired while addressing climate change in development programmes

343 members 530 posts 4 recommendations
viaexpo posted Information 16 May 2012

Despite the difficulties in these sectors, the organizer reported 20% growth in the number of exhibitors. 'Impressive was the share of the foreign companies - over 60% of the participants.

Alexandru Ghiurca created a new WIKI page 26 February 2016

The series of  "Sector Notes" for the Integration of Environment and Climate Change into EU International Cooperation and Development is designed to provide practical guidance on the links between environmental protection/climate change and specific sectors and the opportunities

Sophie De Coninck posted Information 21 March 2013

The series of “sector scripts” on the response to climate change in the context of development and external cooperation programmes was developed by EuropeAid.

Capacity4dev Team created a new WIKI page 4 November 2016

Katya Ivanova uploaded a new Document 20 January 2015

The Global Opportunity Report 2015 aims to show how five major global risks to building a sustainable and prosperous society (the lack of fresh water, unsustainable urbanization, continued lock-in to fossil fuels, the rise in non-communicable diseases, and extreme weather) can be turned int

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