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Nigeria: Harsh Environment – Tax Revenue From Manufacturers Plunges By 70%

By AllAfrica News: Economy, Business and Finance

[Vanguard] In apparent reflection of the harsh operating environment for the manufacturing sector in Nigeria over the past year, accentuated by fuel subsidy removal, naira devaluation and increase in electricity tariff, tax revenue from manufacturers d…

Kenya: UK Announces Sh82mn Donation to Kenya to Improve Green Infrastructure

By AllAfrica News: Economy, Business and Finance

[Capital FM] Nairobi — The United Kingdom has announced a Sh82 million funding to improve green infrastructure initiatives with Kenya.

Nigeria: NEITI Backs Tinubu On Climate Change, Green Economy Solutions

By AllAfrica News: Economy, Business and Finance

[This Day] The Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI) yesterday lauded what it described as the renewed political commitment of President Bola Tinubu towards strengthening Nigeria’s climate change, energy transition and green eco…

Liberia: Bao Chico Pollutes Creeks, Destroying Homes

By Liberian Observer

[Liberian Observer] Bao Chico has polluted water sources in landowning communities, depriving locals of safe drinking water, a DayLight investigation found.

Africa: ‘Three Things We Need G7 to Do’ – an Open Letter From 49 MPs Across Africa

By AllAfrica News: Economy, Business and Finance

[African Arguments] A group of parliamentarians from 20 countries across Africa call for debt forgiveness, financial reform, and climate commitments to be met.

Africa: The G7 Is Right to Put Food At the Heart of Climate Plans. but How Matters

By AllAfrica News: Economy, Business and Finance

[African Arguments] Policymaking that sidelines farmers in countries like Madagascar, where I am Agriculture Minister, can be as harmful as the climate crisis itself.

Eswatini: Mining Is Destroying Crucial Eswatini Nature Reserve

By GroundUp

[GroundUp] The mine has the king’s blessing but no environmental authorisation

Uganda: Ugandan Environmental Activist Freed After Five Days in Detention

By AllAfrica News: Economy, Business and Finance

[RFI] An environmental activist in Uganda who is opposed to a huge oil project led by French giant TotalEnergies has been freed after five days in detention, his employer said Monday.

Africa: Our Shared Ocean Must Sit at Heart of the Africa-Europe Partnership

By AllAfrica News: Economy, Business and Finance

[allAfrica] Ahead of the upcoming European elections and amidst a litany of geopolitical shifts, the European Union (EU) must pay due diligence to its partnerships – particularly in undervalued sectors of cooperation such as the blue economy. Fostering…

South Africa: South Africa’s Largest Oil Refinery Sold for a Few Cents – Will BP and Shell Be Held Accountable for Environmental Damage?

By AllAfrica News: Economy, Business and Finance

[The Conversation Africa] The sale of the South African Petroleum Refinery (Sapref), jointly owned by multinational energy companies BP and Shell, to the state-owned Central Energy Fund for R1 (five US cents) raises questions about whether the company …