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Africans for Africa: Local sustainable energy solutions

About 600 million people (and more than 10 million micro-enterprises) across Africa have no access to electricity. And many more people still depend on wood fuels to cook. Despite this long-standing difficult energy context, country leaders have traditionally been more concerned with industry’s needs for electricity than with the rural poor. It is not uncommon […]

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International public finance institutions should follow World Bank example to limit funding for coal power plants

Gland, Switzerland – The World Bank’s decision, announced yesterday, to limit funding to coal power plants to “only rare circumstances” is a welcome step towards a sustainable energy future, and other finance institutions should immediately follow suit, says WWF. International public finance institutions, such as the World Bank, the Asia Development Bank, the European Bank […]

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THE COCA-COLA COMPANY AND WORLD WILDLIFE FUND EXPAND GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP, ANNOUNCE NEW ENVIRONMENTAL GOALS

Partnership and Company set ambitious global Water, Climate, Packaging and Agriculture performance goals   ATLANTA, July 9, 2013 – The Coca-Cola Company and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) are working to advance the Coca-Cola system’s sustainability stewardship with the announcement today of new, bold global environmental goals and an expanded global partnership. These ambitious goals, which […]

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