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Courtesy of Safiatou Nana
Africa has low rates of renewable energy use, but communities are working to change that
As part of the Innovation for Adaptation to Climate Change (INNOVACC) project, a call for applications has been launched for doctoral students from universities in Cameroon. The five candidates selected by the initiative in May 2022 will conduct research on climate-related issues in the northern part of this Central African country.
To be implemented in five countries including Kenya, Cameroon, Nigeria, Morocco, and Botswana, the GermanWatch-supported project will ensure a move towards renewable energy is inclusive and people-centred. But there is a danger that the big shift from fossil fuel could still be controlled by the big conglomerate, leaving the poor behind.
The Guard-Africa Initiative will catalyse conversations towards the accelerating implementation of the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) in Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Rwanda, Niger, Cameroon, Zambia, Botswana, Morocco, Nigeria, Ivory Coast and Gabon.

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