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COP24 KATOWICE Bringing 1000 solutions for the environment

COP24 KATOWICE Bringing 1000 solutions for the environment

VISION EFFICIENT SOLUTIONS WORLD ALLIANCE HISTORIC FLIGHT EDUCATION News Login Be part of it Overview About the Efficient Solutions Label Topics Submit a solution COP24 KATOWICE Bringing 1000 solutions for the environment Efficient and profitable solutions to global warming and climate change Cop 24 The 2018 United Nations Climate Change Conference will be held between December 3rd to 14th in Katowice, Poland. One of the main tasks of the 24th Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC will be to adopt decisions ensuring the implementation of the Paris Agreement, in order to fight climate change. SAVE THE DATE Share:   s1...

Restless Development Do you know what happened on Monday?

Restless Development Do you know what happened on Monday?

Hey Derrick ! This week our newsletter kicks off with a big HELLO from me! My name’s Hannah. I’m the newest member of the campaigns team here at Restless Development UK and once I’ve settled in (figured out how the printer works, found the comfiest chair in the office etc) I’ll be working to support……                                  YOU! That’s right – all of you! – our UK-based members to run campaigns and take action on the issues which matter most to you. So don’t be shy! Feel free...

Republic of Zambia Speech by His Excellency Mr. Edgar Chagwa Lungu President of the Republic of Zambia at the handover ceremony on the completion of construction of Mwomboshi Dam in Chisamba District, Central Province  on Thursday, 6th December, 2018  

Republic of Zambia Speech by His Excellency Mr. Edgar Chagwa Lungu President of the Republic of Zambia at the handover ceremony on the completion of construction of Mwomboshi Dam in Chisamba District, Central Province  on Thursday, 6th December, 2018  

    Hon. Michael Katambo, MP, Minister of Agriculture; Hon. Sydney Mushanga, MP; Senior Government officials; Your Excellency Mr Li Jie, Chinese Ambassador to Zambia & Chairman for Anhui Foreign Economic Construction Company (AFECC); Your Royal Highnesses present; Fellow Farmers; Members of the Press: Distinguished ladies and gentlemen:   From the onset, I wish to express my utmost sincere congratulations to Anhui Foreign Economic Construction Company Limited (AFECC) on behalf of the entire farming community here in Chisamba of Central Province, and indeed on behalf of the Government of the Republic of Zambia, for this landmark achievement of the largest...

A look at Local Government Association of Zambia

A look at Local Government Association of Zambia

Local Government Association of Zambia IN PURSUIT OF QUALITY SERVICE Welcome to the Local Government Association of Zambia web page. This page provides you with the relevant information on local government and the Association’s work. December 2018 M T W T F S S « Aug 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 The Local Government Association of Zambia was founded in 1947 as a voluntary membership organisation, then under the name, Local Government Association of...

ZIPAR “China-Zambia Relations In Development Cooperation: Towards Concluding Some Unfinished Business”

ZIPAR “China-Zambia Relations In Development Cooperation: Towards Concluding Some Unfinished Business”

Publication for the policy brief on “China-Zambia Relations In Development Cooperation: Towards Concluding Some Unfinished Business” is ready for downloading. Head over to our policy briefs page on our website using this https://tinyurl.com/y8gst2mzlink to get a copy.    David Kazhila Thanks ZIPAR for this comprehensive paper on the Chino-Zambia relationship. Very informative indeed.Some very good recommendations are evident but to tell you the truth, despite all these statistics and recommendations, I’m still sceptical on whether government has the negotiating power to set the stage for us to on the right trajectory in terms of doing business with China. The ultimate aim of...

Media Statement by the National Biosafety Authority Chief Executive Officer/ Registrar Mr. Lackson Tonga Thursday 6th December 2018 at Best Western Hotel, Lusaka-Zambia Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOS) Media Briefing

Media Statement by the National Biosafety Authority Chief Executive Officer/ Registrar Mr. Lackson Tonga Thursday 6th December 2018 at Best Western Hotel, Lusaka-Zambia Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOS) Media Briefing

Sandra Lombe-Mulowa Communications Officer Email: nbacommunications1@yahoo.com or lombe2@gmail.com +260 211 278316 /0977854716/ 0961439503   Statement by the National Biosafety Authority Chief Executive Officer/ Registrar Mr. Lackson Tonga Thursday 6th December 2018 at Best Western Hotel, Lusaka-Zambia Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOS) Media Briefing Date: Thursday December 06, 2018 Venue: Best Western Hotel, Lusaka-Zambia Time: 10:00 hours Good morning all, We welcome to this Press Briefing. We called you so we could update you on some latest developments. We have granted three distributors new permits to import products that may contain Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOS). This decision was arrived at after a risk assessment was...

Pay ageing retires, Africa Consumer Union courts Margaret Mwanakatwe

Pay ageing retires, Africa Consumer Union courts Margaret Mwanakatwe

By Derrick Sinjela in Lusaka, Zambia AFRICA Consumer Union (ACU) 1st Vice President Muyunda Ililonga is prodding Finance Minister Margaret Mwanakatwe to show empathy by paying retirees their pension countrywide. Following a protracted campaign to access their pension, Mr. Illilonga implored the Zambian Government led by President Edgar Chagwa Lungu and Vice President Ms. Inonge Mutukwa-Wina to realise that a society concern for the poor is judged by the manner ageing community is treated. Ililonga implored President Lungu, Veep Mutukwa-Wina through Ms. Mwanakatwe to earnestly honour a pledge to pay pensioners their long-awaited dues (money). In a Thursday, 6th December...

More tree plantations are coming – Kapata ….as government races to combat climate change effects

More tree plantations are coming – Kapata ….as government races to combat climate change effects

Krakow, Thursday December 6, 2018 BY FIRST SECRETARY (PRESS) KELLYS KAUNDA,  ZAMBIA EMBASSY, BERLIN, GERMANY Plans are underway to increase the number of provinces from four to seven with tree plantations, says the Honorable Minister of Lands and Natural Resources, Ms. Jean Kapata. Ms. Kapata, who is also Mandevu Member of Parliament, says the program shall be undertaken by ZAFFICO as part of Zambia’s response to the adverse effects of climate change. She made the remarks shortly after concluding her engagement at the ongoing Conference of the Parties, COP24, an annual meeting organized by the United Nations to discuss climate...

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