News in brief
The first Climate and Development Days of Coordination SUD were held in Paris from 8 to 11 July 2014.
Organized in connection with the work of the Climate & Development Committee* (CDC), the event was attended by some 40 participants, whether members, partners or institutional stakeholders, who came to share a general overview of the issues tackled in the committee's five priority areas.
Moroccan hammams are amongst the biggest consumers of wood energy. Against a background of increasing scarcity and rising prices for these resources, energy modernization of hammams and sustainable management of supply chains are an environmental and economic necessity.
A series of workshops organized by the Climate and Development Commitee of Coordination SUD will be held in Paris from July 8th to 11th.
The "Energie Partagée" initiative has already spread all over France and it now wants to strengthen its support to energy project initiators in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region (PACA), by opening its first regional center there.
GERES is inviting local and territorial communities from the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region, as well as any project leader to share their mobilization strategies and exchange on the reality they are facing during a day of discussions.
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Just two days after GERES received the Energy Globe Award at the Austrian Embassy in Paris for its project to distribute improved stoves in Morocco (on 20 May this year), the Cambodian social enterprise SGFE (Sustainable Green Fuel Enterprise), an organisation supported by GERES, was awarded the prestigious Ashden Award in London.
GERES is offering 100 of you the chance to visit the Salon des Solidarités for free! Come and pay us a visit!
For the past year, a study has been conducted by the P3 value agency on development projects that access carbon funds. This study has been cofinanced by GERES, AVSF, ID, and F3E and coordinated by GERES. The main results of this study were presented last January.
As part of the National Sustainable week, the first Energy Information Center (EIC) in Morocco was inaugurated in the city of Chefchaouen on the 22nd of April.