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Climate Change, Carbon Markets, and Renewable Energy in Africa Network (CARANet) is a free networking website for all professionals involved in Climate Change, Carbon Markets, and Renewable Energy in Africa or interested and connected with Africa in matters related to CDM, Carbon Credits, GHG reduction, Voluntary Carbon Market, Carbon Project Financing, Clean Technology, REDD, Climate Change, NAMAs, NMMs, Low Carbon Economy, Renewable Energy, Energy Efficiency, and the likes. It is designed as a Forum for exchanging ideas, experiences, and views between the stakeholders.
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World on Track to New Universal Climate Agreement with Lima Call for Climate Action
Governments Agree Ground Rules on Contributions to Paris 2015 Agreement and Boost Adaptation…Continue
5 December 2014: The Adaptation Fund and the Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN) announced their creation of a new website called Climate Finance Ready. The website will serve as an online platform for climate finance readiness, by highlighting best practices, articles, links and opportunities for sharing experiences.…
Namibia has become the first developing country to submit a ‘biennial update report' (BUR) to the UNFCCC Secretariat. The BUR summarizes Namibia's actions to implement the Convention, including mitigation actions and their effects.
The BUR includes information on greenhouse…
5 December 2014: In a press conference held on the sidelines of the Lima Climate Change Conference, the Africa Group of Negotiators highlighted their priorities for international climate change negotiations. African delegates stressed adaptation and political parity as a priority for Africa.…