Daily Archives: January 22, 2020

Globeleq To Develop Renewable Energy Project In Togo

LONDON, Jan. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Globeleq, the leading independent power producer in sub-Saharan Africa, has signed a joint development agreement with the Togolese government to develop a utility-scale renewable

Bouclage financier atteint pour l’extension de 253 MW de la centrale Globeleq d’Azito

LONDRES, le 22 janvier 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Globeleq, principal producteur d’énergie indépendant en Afrique, et IPS (West Africa), entreprise détenue par le Fonds Aga Khan pour le développement économique, ont …

Globeleq’s Azito Plant Reaches Financial Close For 253 MW Expansion

LONDON, Jan. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Globeleq, the leading independent power producer in sub-Saharan Africa, and IPS (West Africa), a company owned by the Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development, …

As Earth’s population heads to 10 billion, does anything Australians do on climate change matter?

As unprecedented bushfires continue to ravage the country, Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his government have been rightly criticised for their reluctance to talk about the underlying drivers of this …

Locust Swarms Continue Destroying Crops, Threatening Food Security in East Africa: DLCO-EA Expert

The desert locust swarms spreading in parts of East Africa have continued ruining crops and threatening food security of the region, Desert Locust Control Organization for Eastern Africa (DLCO-EA) disclosed. …

Agriculture Minister Attends Global Forum for Food, Agriculture

A delegation led by Agriculture Minister Oumer Hussien attended the 12th Berlin Agriculture Ministers Conference which brought together political decision-makers from all continents to discuss the key topic Global Forum …

10 Killed, 250 Injured In Wooden Bench Collapse At Ethiopia Religious Gathering

ADDIS ABABA, The death toll from a sudden collapse of a wooden bench, at a major religious gathering, in northwestern Ethiopia's Gondar city, climbed to 10, while 250 people were …

Ethiopia: New Swarms of Locusts Threaten Crops, Food Security

A new round of locust swarms has hit Ethiopia and is again threatening crops and food security, say agricultural officials.

Dereje Hirpha, the Oromia region's head of locust control, tells …