Archive for author: Gabriel Bordini

island resort in Ivory Coast free of plastic waste

Entrepreneur builds an island resort in Ivory Coast out of plastic waste

For many people, a glut of plastic bottles floating in a lagoon would be negative. For entrepreneur Eric Becker, it sparked an idea for a business opp...

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Indonesia loses two UNESCO islands to rising sea levels

Two small islands in South Sumatra have disappeared as a result of rising sea levels driven by climate change, while four other islands are already on...

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Maldives to develop 21MW of floating and land-based solar projects

The Republic of Maldives has started looking for companies interested in installing 21 MW of grid-tied solar systems on six of its major islands, spli...

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EU calls for projects showcasing potential of renewable energies and hydrogen to decarbonise islands

As islands look to rapidly boost their use of renewables as part of their clean energy transition, hydrogen and its associated technologies have the p...

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GTI Observatory Global Index will present to share theanan analysis of the its first 12 islands of leading cases in transition to sustainability at CPMR Islands Commission General Assembly. GTI Corporate members will take part to join the annual event of the EU island governments

The Greening the Islands Observatory Global Index will be applied to 12 islands as a way to analyse and measure their progress towards sustainability....

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Renewables begin to light the Galapagos Islands

One of the habitats where the marine fauna has made its refuge for millions of years is set to to be illuminated with clean energy in a perfect combin...

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Male Port Capital Island Building Maldives City

How the Maldives take on the challenge of water shortages

The Maldives, which consists of 26 atolls southwest of Sri Lanka, is the lowest country in the world and its 1,192 islands are composed mainly of cora...

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‘Blue’ finance flows in the Seychelles

The Seychelles, an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, is rich in biodiversity. However, years of over-fishing and the impact of climate c...

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Faroe Islands will repeat project to close for maintenance, open for “voluntourism”

The Faroe Islands, a group of autonomous islands located between Iceland and Norway and under the jurisdiction of Denmark, have come up with an innova...

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Balearic Islands declares climate emergency and pledges wide-ranging action

The regional government of the Balearic Islands, known as the Consell de Govern, in November approved a declaration of climate emergency and pledged t...

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