Groups

The AfriCAN Climate portal hosts an array of exciting GROUPS which gather members with common interests in the fields of climate change adaptation and mitigation in Africa. The GROUPS offer messaging, document sharing tools as well as networking opportunities. GROUPS are open and help AfriCAN Climate users to connect even better with other peers to share knowledge and news.
Any AfriCAN Climate registered web user ("sign up") can start a GROUP, or voluntarily join one. All GROUPS have their specific guidelines, so please take a moment to read the Rules of Conduct.
You can learn more about what can you do in a GROUP here.

Primary policy drivers for biofuels promotion in Africa include security of energy supply, a reduction of the foreign exchange burden of oil importing...
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This terminology is now widely used but in different ways dependant on context and intention. As the globe continues to warm, agricultural production and food...
26
  Understanding the ways to minimise greenhouse gas emissions and how to adapt to a changing climate requires the use of different tools. While guidance...
20
The climate change debate has primarily focused on adaptation rather than mitigation for Africa. In fact, the contribution of Africa to Global GHG emissions...
12
It is believed that Small Scale Energy Technologies can provide a “win-win” opportunity contributing to climate change mitigation and to...
10
Water in its various forms, is acknowledged as the key regulator of climate and agricultural security. This is largely why 2013 has been capped by the United...
6
This terminology is now widely used but in different ways dependant on context and intention. As the globe continues to warm, agricultural production and food...
26
Water in its various forms, is acknowledged as the key regulator of climate and agricultural security. This is largely why 2013 has been capped by the United...
6
Primary policy drivers for biofuels promotion in Africa include security of energy supply, a reduction of the foreign exchange burden of oil importing...
19
  Understanding the ways to minimise greenhouse gas emissions and how to adapt to a changing climate requires the use of different tools. While guidance...
20
The climate change debate has primarily focused on adaptation rather than mitigation for Africa. In fact, the contribution of Africa to Global GHG emissions...
12
It is believed that Small Scale Energy Technologies can provide a “win-win” opportunity contributing to climate change mitigation and to...
10
Water in its various forms, is acknowledged as the key regulator of climate and agricultural security. This is largely why 2013 has been capped by the United...
6