Publications in ZAMBIA


How Can Zambia Meet Rising Energy Demand? Are Subsidy SWAPs the Answer?
Zambia needs more electricity generation capacity. A drought in 2014/15 led to unprecedented load shedding that raised the issue in the public consciousness. Since then the energy policy community has debated how best to meet demand increases of ap

Mrs Ann Gloag, O.B.E., co-founder of Stagecoach Group and previously ranked as Scotland’s richest woman has notified the market that she holds 16.2 million shares in Arc Minerals representing 3% of the company. She stated Mrs. Gloag stated “I was ha

Namibia will reduce the size of the planned Kudu Power Station after off-take agreements with South Africa's Eskom and Zambia’s Copperbelt Energy Corporation failed to materialize, the chief executive of power utility NamPower said on Friday. Namibi
IPS News
4/23/2018

Over to You, Children Zambia’s ‘Plant a Million Trees’ Takes Root
Matero East primary school students collecting water. Credit: Munich Advisors GroupBy Friday PhiriLUSAKA, Apr 24 2018 (IPS)Trees are a vital component in the ecosystem—they not only give oxygen, store carbon, stabilise the soil and give refuge to wi

Lusaka Water and Sewerage Company Managing Director Jonathan Kampata says his company remains resolute to increase water supply in the city. Mr. Kampata said the demand for water in Lusaka stands at

Demystifying the enabling environment for urban sanitation: case studies from Bangladesh, Kenya and Zambia  Tuesday 10th April, 1pm – 2.30pm BST Register here WSUP is hosting a webinar to explore what an enabling environment for urban sanitati
All Africa
3/23/2018

[Zambia Reports] Unionised Workers at the Copperbelt University are disappointed management announced the date for reopening the University without addressing the many issues affecting the institution among demands that Prof. Naison Ngoma is removed

Some Lusaka residents under the Chalimbana River Headwaters Conservation Trust have petitioned President Edgar Lungu over fears that developments on one of the few aquifers in Lusaka will lead to the depletion

Picture shows delivery of a new jumbo drill rig to be used to expedite underground development work at Ivanhoe Mines’ Kakula deposit in the DRC. Initial mine development is planned to begin at the deposit in a flat, near-surface zone along the depos

In addition to the studies and resources below, there are new blog posts, Ethiopian Summit Focuses on Participatory Co-Design to Develop Low-Cost WASH Products, and other resources on the Globalwaters.org website. REPORTS How to reach everyone with



Foley Power Solutions installs Caterpillar solar-plus-storage microgrid in Kansas City

Foley Power Solutions installs Caterpillar


Sofitel Los Angeles Earns Green Seal Certification

Sofitel Los Angeles Earns Green Seal Certification


Former Knight’s Inn, Now an SCP Hotel, Given New, Green Shine

Former Knight’s Inn, Now an SCP Hotel, Given New,


Apple Launches New Clean Energy Fund in China

Apple Launches New Clean Energy Fund in China


New Dutch study recommends optimal EVSE rollout strategy

New Dutch study recommends optimal EVSE rollout