Tag Archive | "SADC"

Tags: , , ,

ENVIRONNEMENT: L’eau – une victime des changements climatiques

Posted on 02 December 2011 by admin

Busani Bafana

DURBAN, Afrique du Sud, 2 déc (IPS) – La Communauté de développement d’Afrique australe (SADC) veut que l’eau soit présentée comme un point distinct dans les négociations sur les changements climatiques – la décrivant comme étant trop importante pour être laissée à la périphérie. Continue Reading

Comments (0)

Tags: , , , ,

Water: A Victim of Climate Change

Posted on 30 November 2011 by admin

David Lessole (left) with Phera Ramoeli

By Busani Bafana

DURBAN, South Africa, Nov 30 (IPS) — The Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) wants water to be tabled as a standalone item on climate change negotiations – describing it as too important to leave on the periphery.

Continue Reading

Comments (0)

Tags: , , , , ,

SADC wants water on UNFCCC agenda

Posted on 30 November 2011 by admin

The Southern African Development Community (SADC) wants to put water as a standalone agenda item on the COP17 agenda.

 

 

Comments (0)

Tags: , , , ,

Q&R: Pourquoi l’Afrique doit rester unie à Durban

Posted on 30 November 2011 by admin

Dr. Tomaz Salomão. Credit: Isaiah Esipisu/IPS

Isaiah Esipisu s’entretient avec DR TOMAZ SALOMÃO, le secrétaire exécutif de la Communauté de développement d’Afrique australe (SADC)

DURBAN, Afrique du Sud, 29 nov (IPS) – Les dirigeants africains ont exhorté la communauté internationale à amener les négociations des Nations Unies sur les changements climatiques, qui ont commencé lundi à Durban, en Afrique du Sud, à un niveau différent, et à prioriser l’adaptation pour le continent. Continue Reading

Comments (0)

Tags: , , , , ,

Q&A: Why Africa Must Remain United in Durban

Posted on 28 November 2011 by admin

Tomaz Salomão, the executive secretary for the Southern African Development Community. Credit: Isaiah Esipisu/IPS

Isaiah Esipisu interviews DR. TOMAZ SALOMÃO, the executive secretary for the Southern African Development Community (SADC)

DURBAN, South Africa, Nov 28 (IPS) – African leaders have urged the international community to move the United Nations climate change negotiations, which started in Durban, South Africa on Monday, to a different level, and to prioritise adaptation for the continent. Continue Reading

Comments (1)

Download Terraviva PDF File       Download Terraviva PDF File
Download Terraviva PDF File       Download Terraviva PDF File
 

Busan and Durban | News from the other negotiation
 

Photos from our Flickr stream

See all photos

With the support of

 
 
       

 

 

SOCIAL MEDIA