Upcoming EventsApr24Monall-day 3rd Congo International Hydrocar... @ The Palais des Congres, Brazzaville3rd Congo International Hydrocar... @ The Palais des Congres, BrazzavilleApr 24 – Apr 26 all-dayOn behalf of the Ministry of Hydrocarbons, Republic of Congo & AME Trade Ltd, we are delighted to welcome you to the Republic of Congo’s Third International Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition (CIEHC-3). CIEHC will take place at the … Continue reading →May9Tueall-day East Africa Trade & Commodity Fi... @ Windsor Golf Hotel & Country Club , NairobiEast Africa Trade & Commodity Fi... @ Windsor Golf Hotel & Country Club , NairobiMay 9 – May 10 all-dayShareMay16Tueall-day SWIFT African Regional ConferenceSWIFT African Regional ConferenceMay 16 – May 18 all-dayInnotribe is also active across the African continent with the Innotribe Startup Challenge for Africa. The Startup Challenge has become one of the leading global startup competitions, connecting the financial services industry with more than 650 FinTech startups around the … Continue reading →May26Friall-day The Big 5 Heavy @ Dubai World Trade CentreThe Big 5 Heavy @ Dubai World Trade CentreMay 26 – May 28 all-dayShareMay29Monall-day INFRA EAST AFRICA EXHIBITION @ Kenyatta International Exhibition Center, Nairobi, KenyaINFRA EAST AFRICA EXHIBITION @ Kenyatta International Exhibition Center, Nairobi, KenyaMay 29 – May 31 all-dayShare
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The programme for the 2013 Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival is growing, with new and exciting events joining the stable of old favourites. “Last year’s programme sported more than 100 events,” said Festival Manager Nicci Rousseau-Schmidt. “And it is already clear that we’ll top that number this year.”
Forest products critical to fight hunger – including insects / New study highlights role of insects for food and feed consumption
ROME, Italy, May 13, 2013/African Press Organization (APO)/ – Forests, trees on farms and agroforestry are critical in the fight against hunger and should be better integrated into food security and land use policies, FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva said today at the International Conference on Forests for Food Security and Nutrition in Rome (13-15 May).
5 Ways Drones Could Help In A Disaster Like The Boston Marathon Bombing Plus three robots that are already saving lives.
Yesterday, the President of the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International Michael Toscano told U.S. News: “Whether it is in response to a natural disaster or a tragedy like we saw in Boston, [unmanned aerial systems] can be quickly deployed to provide first responders with critical situational awareness in areas too dangerous or difficult for manned aircraft to reach.”
Illegal Trade Robs Wild of Almost 3,000 Great Apes Annually, Threatening Populations / Released at CITES Meeting, New UNEP Report Links Ape Traffic to Organized Crime
The Great Apes Survival Partnership (GRASP) is an innovative and ambitious partnership comprised of great ape range states with an immediate challenge: to lift the threat of imminent extinction faced by gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos and orangutans across their ranges in equatorial Africa and Southeast Asia. Visit the GRASP website here: http://www.un-grasp.org/
Small farmers risk exclusion from biofuels certification schemes / FAO report warns that certification schemes could become indirect trade barriers if not properly managed
* DOLV To Access an Exclusive Licence to Cut Timber and Export
The securing of land titles will reduce poverty and enhance economic development on the African continent – experts declare.
KAMPALA, Uganda, January, 2013/African Press Organization (APO)/ – IGN France International (http://www.ignfi.com), the leader of the international consortium engaged in the Design, Supply, Installation, Implementation of the Lands Information System and Securing of Land Records (DeSIILISoR) project in Uganda organized a regional conference in Kampala, Uganda (January 17th and 18th) on the theme:
Former World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Program Coordinator to Lead Environmental Sustainability Efforts
Smallholders to benefit from carbon finance: Fairtrade and Gold Standard collaboration opens up new opportunities for farming communities in developing countries
Fairtrade International and The Gold Standard Foundation have announced a ground-breaking agreement to incorporate Fairtrade principles into Gold Standard carbon projects, with the first credits expected by the end of 2013. Through Fairtrade’s extensive network of farmer communities, thousands more smallholders in developing countries will be able to access the carbon market and receive much needed finance to mitigate and adapt to climate change.
by Wallace Mawire
A report produced by the Institute of Environmental Studies (IES) on the proposed National Climate Change Response Strategy in Zimbabwe has revealed that there is increasing evidence of deteriorating air quality in the country’s main cities.