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1055   []   GGGI: GGGI meets with Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa
Date 2017-07-05 Hit 170
Contents On June 30, a GGGI delegation led by Dex Agourides, GGGI Head of Programs for Africa and the Middle East, had a consultation meeting with Secretary General Sindiso Ngwenya on possible collaboration with the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) to support member States maintain green growth in the region. The del..
1054   []   APCC: APEC Climate Center Signed an MOU on Climate Change Adaptation wi..
Date 2017-07-05 Hit 112
Contents The APEC Climate Center (APCC) signed an MOU with the Korea Rural Economic Institute (KREI) at the KREI headquarters, located in Naju, South Korea on June 27, 2017 to respond to climate change in the agricultural sector. With APCC’s expertise in climate prediction and in climate information application, and KREI’s expertis..
1053   []   GCF: GCF Structured Dialogue with the Caribbean
Date 2017-06-14 Hit 156
Contents The Green Climate Fund’s Structured Dialogue with the Caribbean, organized in collaboration with the Government of Belize, will bring together key stakeholders to increase the involvement of Caribbean countries with the GCF. The Structured Dialogue will be attended by ministers of countries in the Caribbean region, senior government..
1052   []   GGGI: Jordan’s Ministry of Environment and GGGI Publish the National G..
Date 2017-06-14 Hit 145
Contents AMMAN – May 24, 2017 – The Jordanian Ministry of Environment and the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), with support from the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature, Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), today published Jordan’s National Green Growth Plan (NGGP). The NGGP has been under deve..
1051   []   Temporary shutdown of 8 old coal-fired power plants set to take place in Jun..
Date 2017-06-14 Hit 144
Contents SEJONG, May 30 (Yonhap) -- Eight old coal-fired power plants will be temporarily shut down next month as part of the government's efforts to reduce the country's air pollution levels, the energy ministry said Tuesday. Starting June 1, the thermal power plants, including four in central Chungcheong Province, will be closed for 30 days, acco..

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