In the tenth in the series of UNFCCC CDM Radio Club reports RTCC is hosting, Kensika Monshengwo, a freelance broadcast journalist from the Democratic Republic of Congo visits a successful CDM project on the sidelines of December’s UN climate conference.
Opponents slam proposals for new wider reaching carbon credit set-up and call for talks on a new international market mechanism to consider failings of existing system.
In the tenth in the series of UNFCCC CDM Radio Club reports RTCC is hosting, the UNFCCC’s Irini Roumboglou talks to a project developer about a waste-to-energy project in Cote d’Ivoire.
In the eighth of a series of UNFCCC CDM Radio Club reports RTCC is hosting, Irini Roumboglou finds out how efficient wood stoves are helping to tackle the problems of deforestation and desertification in Nigeria.
Changes to UN and EU rules mean more cash will be available to African nations through the projects to tackle climate change and boost sustainable development.
New research calls for an overhaul of the Clean Development Mechanism, to favour bottom-up approaches, as it finds huge cost variations in renewable energy implementation across the developing world.
In the sixth of a series of UNFCCC CDM Radio Club reports the UNFCCC’s Irini Roumboglou finds out more about how Clean Development Mechanism could benefit Africa and why more projects haven’t been registered in the region.
New figures show that countries in Africa are spending more on importing oil than they are receiving in overseas aid. Renewables investment could free up development funds.
The UNFCCC’s Irini Roumboglou looks at the benefits of the CDM in South Africa and asks what lessons can be learnt from its implementation.
In the third of a series of UNFCCC Clean Development Mechanism Radio Club reports, David Mwanza from Zambia’s National Broadcasting Cooperation takes a closer look coal fire cook stoves in the country.
In the second of a series of UNFCCC Clean Development Mechanism Radio Club reports, Irini Roumboglou takes a closer look at the benefits of the CDM in Africa.