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Nationally Determined Contributions
Leaders from South Africa, the United Kingdom, the United States, France, Germany and the European Union have announced a ground-breaking partnership to support South Africa with an accelerated just energy transition.
With COP26 mere weeks away, all participating countries need to align their positions with the Paris Agreement. South Africa’s commitment to the just transition will be a crucial element of its negotiating position.
With COP26 drawing closer, we reflect on current policies, laws and mechanisms of six countries and how they have developed and implemented policies in response to their undertakings under the Paris Agreement.
The Vice President of The Gambia, Dr Isatou Touray recently inaugurated the Renewable Energy Potentials in The Gambia (REPGam) project.
Nigeria's Minster of Power, Saleh Mamman, announced federal government's approval of the interim report on GHG emission reduction and four power projects including the supply and installation of motorised portable hydraulic compressors for TCN.
The Climate Bonds Initiative, FMDQ OTC Securities Exchange, and Financial Sector Deepening Africa have jointly committed to develop a Green Bond Programme in Nigeria. A cooperation agreement to deepen green finance in Nigerian debt capital markets was...