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Courses/Events Pollution Research Group – Faecal sludge management online course. This online course on faecal sludge management has been designed to impart knowledge on the important aspects that need to be taken into account when designing a
CSWire
12/14/2017

Indigenous peoples and farmer communities from Ecuador are demanding that the U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) act on overwhelming and undisputed evidence that Chevron and its outside law firm Gibson Dunn conspired to fabrica
United Nations
12/13/2017

Daily Press Briefing: Climate, DPR Korea, Ukraine, Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Djibouti, Somalia, DR Congo, Health, Senior Personnel Appointment, Guest Tomorrow Daily Press Briefing by Farhan Haq, Deputy Spokesman for the Secretary-General. Highlights - Ful
UN Dispatch
12/6/2017

The future doesn’t look so bright for 180 million children. Despite major improvements in child well-being around the world over the last 20 years, a recent UNICEF analysis found that children in 37 countries face “bleaker prospects” than their pare

The ministers responsible for wildlife conservation of the IGAD member states; namely Ethiopia, Djibouti, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan and Uganda, have agreed to enforce the Regional Biodiversity
Shale Markets
11/17/2017

By LNG World News POLY-GCL Petroleum Group, a joint venture between China POLY Group and GCL Group, signed a memorandum of understanding with Djibouti on investing $4 billion in an LNG export project. The memorandum, signed on Monday, will be follow
CSWire
11/9/2017

Amazon indigenous groups and farmer communities in Ecuador have requested that the U.S. Department of Justice open a criminal investigation of Chevron and the Gibson Dunn law firm after uncovering a witness bribery scheme designed by the company to

Eiffage team wins Djibouti desalination project
Eiffage is to build a major desalination plant to serve the city and country of Djibouti.Eiffage is to build a major desalination plant to serve the city and country of Djibouti.Read Full Article: The Construction Index
IPS News
10/26/2017

Time Running Out for Somaliland’s Crumbling and Neglected Treasures
“When I was a boy we thought these pictures had some sort of devilish connection,” says 57-year-old Musa Abdi, who has spent his whole life around Las Geel and these days helps look after the site. Credit: James Jeffrey/IPSBy James JeffreyBERBERA, O
World Bank
10/18/2017

Against the tide: A look at the countries where poverty has been on the rise, despite falling global numbers
The last quarter century saw remarkable progress against extreme poverty, globally. Between 1990 and 2013, the percentage of the world’s population living at or under $1.90/day fell from 35.3% to 10.7% - that is, from more than one in three people




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Arizona Could Implement Huge Energy Storage


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Will New Nissan LEAF Be Number 1 Best Selling Car In Norway This Year?

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South Korea looks forward to securing Saudi nuclear deal

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