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Patricia Espinosa C. Mar 14
Pleased to learn that the has announced $22.5 billion in new for Africa at Scaling up support for adaptation & mitigation is crucial to achieve the goals of &
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World Bank Mar 23
An expedition team climbed Mount Kenya and witnessed first-hand how is impacting communities around it. Join them on this journey through the impacts of a changing climate and opportunities for :
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World Bank Mar 21
Within the next 25 years, warming temperatures could mean that there will no longer be ice on Mount Kenya. See how communities around it are adapting and driving opportunities for :
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Raila Odinga Mar 14
Saw off President Felix Tshisekedi as he left the country this afternoon after attending the .
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Raila Odinga Mar 14
While Africa is responsible for only 4% of global greenhouse-gas emissions, 65% of the African population is considered to be directly impacted by Global warming. Very excited to be part of the discussion at the on mitigating the effects of Climate Change.
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United Nations Mar 14
2019 must be year of “year of transformative solutions” for people & planet, stresses at Thursday's closing of in Nairobi, Kenya.
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World Bank Mar 15
With 6 million solar ☀️ panels, this will be the largest solar-power plant in the world.
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Robert Mgendi Mar 14
2019, it's all about increasing ambition. How does develop & create socioeconomic opportunities BUT NOT at expense of the environment. Listen as elucidates
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Amina J Mohammed Mar 14
We look to the leaders at the and beyond to ensure that their countries & businesses are at the forefront of the global drive towards the world we all want. Read:
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EU Climate Action Mar 14
World leaders & influencers are at in Nairobi to boost global investments. The EU is a leader in & climate finance supporting the global shift to low emissions & climate-resilience 🌍👉🏼
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Faithlucy mwangi Mar 14
Lamu coal plant will bring in irreversible damage, not only to the people, but to the wildlife and to the marine creatures. Say no to fossil fuel projects. BetterKenya, better Africa. @UKenyatta
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Kristalina Georgieva Mar 13
I'm glad to announce that Group will scale up in with $22.5 billion in finance from 2021-2025:
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World Bank Water Mar 14
🌿Climate-smart agriculture 💧 Water management 🌪️ Disaster risk financing 🌧️ Hydromet services Discover how is building resilience and adapting to a changing climate.
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MuthuiMkenya 🇰🇪 Mar 14
There is a striking similarity between Lilian Muli’s baby and Embakasi East MP Babu Owino. And these are not my words, at least 5 Kenyans have observed the similarity and shared it on social media:
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TransitionRisk Mar 14
Decarbonizing the energy sector will take around US$700 billion per year, says - right now, the world's largest climate fund () has around $10 billion. Can the fill the gap?
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Amina J Mohammed Mar 14
We must continue to advance the commitment and solutions to the world’s most pressing poverty, environmental and climate challenges.
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Janet Sudi Mar 14
At 19 this young man is leveraging social media to using his influence of over 10million followers to promote environmental protection ‘I cannot do much on my own but with technology I can use that tool to reach more people’
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SolarPower Europe Mar 14
is the world’s fastest-growing power generation source! ☀️ Additions of solar capacity in 2018 exceeded those from any other single technology!
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Kristalina Georgieva Mar 13
With so many amazing women at I’m looking forward to great ideas and strong commitments on the fight against in here today
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AnonymousVideo May 10
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