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COP21: A historic, but still fragile milestone for climate change

Press Releases | Published on 16-12-2015

Emily Barker (Alumna)

The Paris climate deal is a clear step in the right direction, and gives hope on the ability of the [...]


Climate change: The European Union towards COP21 and beyond

Publications | Published on 26-11-2015

Alisa Herrero Cangas

Developing countries - especially the most vulnerable - need a robust deal at the 21st Conference of [...]


EU - Sub Saharan Africa Event at EXPO 2015

Events | Published on 03-09-2015

Paulina Bizzotto Molina

The European Commission - the Directorate General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship an [...]


Video: How will the world finance development? The significance of the Addis conference

Multimedia | Published on 09-07-2015

Bruce Byiers | Hanne Knaepen | San Bilal | Sebastian Große-Puppendahl

What are the different types, sources and volumes of finance that can address the multitude of devel [...]


Africa and Europe combatting climate change: Towards a common agenda in 2015

Publications | Published on 18-05-2015

Fabien Tondel | Hanne Knaepen

With only six months left, the 2015 UN Climate Change Conference in Paris (COP21) is fast approachin [...]

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European farmers and African food security

GREAT Insights Magazine | Published on 09-03-2015

Francesco Rampa

The agricultural sector is key to addressing food security and 2015 will be a crucial year for its d [...]


2015 crucial year for Africa’s future development

Press Releases | Published on 09-01-2015

Emily Barker (Alumna)

This year marks a crucial shift in the way Africa deals with its own development, with four decisive [...]


Are Europe and Africa ready to tackle the post-2015 era?

Press Releases | Published on 09-01-2015

Emily Barker (Alumna)

2015 should bring a vital shift in the way the world works together on major issues such as agreeing [...]