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GREEN TECHNOLOGY

News • June 17, 2020

Rwanda and Italian entrepreneurs discuss business to business exchange for private sector engagement

Kigali, Rwanda -10th June 2020 with 280 registered participants the second webinar , a dialogue that attracted a vast interest across many industries with participants from across the globe representing several sectors. It was a successful second business to business knowledge exchange webinar. Having discussed the institutional arrangements in both Rwanda and Italy, the first […]

News • June 8, 2020

Rwanda hosts webinar on “The engagement of the Italian private sector to enhance green investments and trade in Rwanda”

Kigali, Rwanda -3rd June 2020 the Global Green Growth Institute hosted the first of two webinars between Rwanda and Italy. The virtual meeting was hosted on the Africa e Affari network platform and organized in collaboration with the Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA) and in partnership with the Italian Ministry for Environment, Land and Sea […]

News • May 4, 2020

GGGI Releases its Achieving Green Energy Transformation Report

May 7, 2020; SEOUL – Transitioning to sustainable energy is an urgent priority for countries to address the current climate emergency and achieve their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) under the Paris Agreement. To support its Members and partners, the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) released its Achieving Global Green Transformation publication, featuring a collection of […]

News • November 15, 2019

GGGI HOSTS KNOWLEDGE SHARING WORKSHOP ON LOW CARBON GREEN HEATING TECHNOLOGIES FOR OFF-GRID PUBLIC EDUCATIONAL BUILDINGS

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, November 14, 2019 – GGGI Mongolia hosted a knowledge-sharing event together with MET, with the aim to introduce and share best practices to replace HOB heating systems with three pilot green innovations for low-carbon technologies for off-grid buildings of remote ger district schools and kindergartens in Ulaanbaatar. The Government of Mongolia decided to […]

News • May 31, 2018

Rwanda’s Youth Participation in environmental protection

 “Rwanda, a developing country in East Africa with overly dense population has agricultural economy. About 82 percent cultivable land needs irrigation. During dry season and due to climate change, demand for secondary irrigation is increasing. Irrigation by electric power, diesel pump and solar pumps are some of the existing alternatives. However, due to the high […]