Thursday, May 23, 2019

Climate

Climate change: the thermometer goes two faster in Canada than in the rest of...

Climate change has led to warming almost twice as fast in Canada as in the rest of the world, with the...

Africa, the future great world power in renewable energies

Africa's ability to develop renewable energies and pave the way for greater use is increasingly evident. Of the most vulnerable to climate...

Combating desertification: Steven Le Hyaric agree Paris to Dakar by bike

Combating desertification is not only for decision-makers. This is what Steven Le Hyaric, who intends to put an end to this scourge...

Rwanda: sustainable development of urban wetlands in the city of Kigali

As part of the bilateral cooperation between the Italian Ministry of environment and the Ministry of environment of Rwanda, the Centre for...

Central Africa: protection and safeguarding of the Congo basin

By Boris Kharl Ebaka Stretching from the Gulf of Guinea to the West to the Rift Valley to the...

Earth Hour: monuments around the world extinguished for the climate (photos)

From the Sydney Opera House to the United Nations through the Eiffel Tower, many monuments have been plunged into darkness throughout...

The United Nations is concerned about rising heat in the oceans

The United Nations (UN) alerted Thursday, 28 March 2019, that the oceans have reached heat records in 2018, fearing risks to marine...

Bargny coal plant: State of Senegal sued

The network of associations for the protection of the environment and nature (Rapen) of Senegal does not intend to lower their arms...

Mozambique between cyclone idai and climate change

According to the World Food Programme (WFP), about 400 000 hectares of crops were destroyed by the floods that followed cyclone idai...

1.7% increase in global energy-related CO2 emissions

The International Energy Agency, in its global energy & CO2 status report 2018 published on March 26, 2019, reported that global energy-related...