The research project analyses the impact of Indian investors in selected in select African countries (namely, Kenya, Uganda, Zambia and Etopia) making use of the nine principles of the National Voluntary Guidelines on Social, Environmental and Economic Responsibilities of Business (NVGs) as well as other applicable rules and regulations.

How can a thriving biomass sector be developed in South Africa? This paper looks closely at two attempts to develop wood pellets as a biomass fuel and biomass electricity: the Howick wood pellet plant and the Tsitsikamma biomass plant.

How the US-China deal has appropriated the carbon budget and left nothing for sustainable development of the rest of the world.

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The negotiating platforms at Peru: Different bodies are mandated to negotiate for different elements under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

The report released by the International Groundwater Resources Assessment Centre (IGRAC) focuses on the linkage between economics of groundwater to management and policy decisions. Says that the valuation of groundwater ecosystem services can facilitate the analysis of tradeoffs between uses and users as well as incentivize sustainable use.

The UN’s Open Working Group (OWG) proposed draft sustainable development goals (SDGs) in July 2014. It is the purpose of this report to integrate the perspectives, priorities and experiences from Africa in helping to ensure that the goals gain the right contribution from forests while optimally fostering their sustainability.

Measuring a country's health performance has focused mostly on estimating levels of mortality. An alternative is to measure rates of decline in mortality, which are more sensitive to changes in health policy than are mortality levels. Historical rates of decline in mortality can also help test the feasibility of future health goals (eg, post-2015). We aimed to assess the annual rates of decline in under-5, maternal, tuberculosis, and HIV mortality over the past two decades for 109 low-income and middle-income countries.

South Sudan’s wildlife faces a critical few months as drier weather raises the risk of poaching of elephants and other species already threatened by almost a year of civil war, conservationists sai

New report analyzes trends in investments and human resource capacity in African agricultural R&D; New online tools enable cross-country comparisons and rankings of key R&D indicators

Rwanda Environment Management Authority (Rema) has launched a fresh bid to promote green growth and mitigate climate change effects by 2030.