Creating Energy and Fighting Waste in Yemen

The humanitarian crisis in Yemen is considered to be among the worst in the world. In 2019, 80 per cent of Yemen’s people were in need—an estimated 24 million people. The 2019 Humanitarian Needs Overview for Yemen report shows that 14.3 million people are classified as being in need, with around 3.2 …

AUSTRIA WIND POWER: Local farmers grow their own energy

A small Austrian town fights climate change with an innovative partnership of small, local entrepreneurs. The small town of Bruck an der Leitha 45 kilometers southeast of Vienna is at the forefront of Austria’s drive for renewable energy. Its latest venture involves 52 local investors in an innovative cooperative project. …

GIZ in Germany Is Climate Nutral

For the first time, the greenhouse gas emissions of the company’s operations in Germany have been offset through a GIZ self-initiated climate change mitigation project. As a federally-owned enterprise and service provider for sustainable development, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH plays a pioneering role in climate change …