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  CAPE TOWN, South Africa (PAMACC News) - The green energy sector, water, climate smart food systems and low carbon constructions for human settlements are some of key priority areas for private sector investments that will support South Africa’s climate change outcomes, according to new study ...

Sustainable Development

Climate Change Sustainable Development
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ACCRA, Ghana (PAMACC News) - The demand for cocoa remains high, with increasing consumption of cocoa products by emerging economies which is expected to increase in the coming decades.However, the cost of producing the beans continues to increase, yields are declining and the negative impacts of ...

Climate Change

Climate Change at a Glance
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OPINION For the past 24 global leaders have met to discuss climate change only to come up with policies and resolutions with different acronyms. Right now, the excitement is about the Paris Rule book, which we hope will be a guideline for Paris Agreement implementation. But should we as young ...


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  Digitalisation to transform farmers’ productivity and profits WAGENINGEN, The Netherland (PAMACC News) - Digitalisation can transform agriculture and enable farmers to increase their production and income. Partnerships and multi-sectoral investment are key in scaling out successful ...


Energy and Environment
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  KATOWICE, Poland (PAMACC News) - Over 30,000 delegates including environmental experts, policy makers, civil society organisations, government delegations and UN representatives are meeting in Katowice, Poland for two weeks to discuss the future of planet earth, in regard to climate change – ...


Water Impacts
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  KWALE, Kenya (PAMACC News) - Expansive lush sugarcane plantations stretching to 8000 hectares in Kenya’s semi arid Kwale County along the coastal line is a clear testimony that irrigated agriculture could be the magic bullet for a green revolution in Africa. Yields at the Kwale sugar ...
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