‘Weather extremes could destabilise entire socioeconomic systems’

Energy, health and agriculture sectors are those likely to see the worst cascading effects of extreme weather, according to a new study

UK invests £162m in Africa’s energy industry

British International Investment has partnered with Norway’s Norfund in a joint venture with Scatec to support the initiative, which will meet the power needs of more than three million people

IEA: ‘COVID and Russian war halt energy access progress’

Globally, 733m people are without access to electricity

African Development Bank launches circular economy trust fund

A circular economy involves reusing, repairing, refurbishing and recycling existing materials and products for as long as possible

Sun King raises $260m to ramp up clean energy access in Africa and Asia

To date, the company has helped power the lives of 82m people across 40 countries through its solar home systems that power lights, mobile phones and larger home appliances

UK charity rejects £750k Ukraine donation from oil and gas company

Save The Children has reportedly refused Neptune Energy’s donation as part of its new policy not to take money from fossil fuel firms

Eni and bp form joint Angolan energy company

‘Azule Energy’ has been formed and is expected to become the country’s largest energy producer

Masdar and W Solar Investment form joint company

The company will look to advance clean energy in Africa and Central Asia

Africa chasing the wind from as high as it gets!

A 144 metre-tall wind turbine was built in Morocco

Clean Oceans Initiative doubles commitment to €4bn by 2025

It supports projects that reduce discharge of plastics, micro-plastics and other litter to the oceans through improved management of solid waste, wastewater and storm water