Mali does not produce enough power to supply the entire population. The country has actually enough energy - solar energy. The Expertise of engineer Makan Tandina provides areas in rural Mali with badly needed energy.
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At climate conferences, developing countries tend to call for money from industrialized ones – money to help them grow without increasing greenhouse gas emissions. On Tuesday, such support was put in concrete terms. (01.12.2015)
As politicians debate how to halt the warming of the planet, some 200 years of climate science provide the basis for their deliberations. But this science hasn't always been a given. (27.11.2015)
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The West African country Mali does not produce enough power to supply the entire population. The country has actually enough energy - solar energy. We meet the engineer Makan Tandina. His expertise provides areas in rural Mali with badly needed energy.
More people are leaving the countryside for opportunities in the cities, creating a market gap. A Malian family draws on each member's talents to create a successful agribusiness. Aminata Niang runs this farm.
With an average age of 16, Mali has one of the world's youngest populations. Amadou Thiam wants to give young people more of a say. And he leads by example - he is the youngest member of parliament in Mali's history.
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