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ARISE IIP joins the International Textile Manufacturers Federation

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LIBREVILLE, January 25 (Infosplusgabon) -  According to a presse release, ARISE IIP, the pan-African developer and operator of world-class industrial parks has joined the International Textile Manufacturers Federation (ITMF) as a Corporate Member.

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Cape Town to Host African Energy Week From 18th -21st of October 2022

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LIBREVILLE, January 25   (Infosplusgabon) -  Africa’s premier energy event returns to Cape Town for a week of networking, deal making, and industry-advancing dialogue.  Cape Town, South Africa has once again been selected as the host of the highly anticipated African Energy Week (AEW), taking place on the 18th – 21st of October 2022 in Cape Town, South Africa. AEW 2022 will once again bring Africa’s energy leaders and global stakeholders together for a week of intense dialogue on the African energy sector.

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ARISE IIP and FibreTrace partner to create Africa’s first fully traceable cotton supply chain

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LIBREVILLE,  December 2 (Infosplusgabon) -  ARISE IIP, pan-African developer and operator of world-class industrial parks, and FibreTrace, the world leader in traceable fibre technology, announced today a new pilot program enabling spinner-to-garment traceability for ARISE IIP’s highly anticipated Republic of Benin spinning facilities at the Glo-Djigbé Industrial Zone (GDIZ).

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COMIFAC Welcomes Financial Commitments Made by the International Community to Support Central African Forest Ecosystems

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LIBREVILLE, November 4 (Infosplusgabon) - According to a  press  release, the Central African Forest Commission (COMIFAC), a convergence organization specific to the ten countries in the subregion of Central Africa responsible for standardizing forest and environmental policies and coordinating conservation and sustainable forest ecosystem management efforts, has been promised $1.5B in funding to preserve Central African forest ecosystems.

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Congo : African Union urged to address the threat of Congo forest logging driving extreme weather across sub-Saharan Africa

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LIBREVILLE, October 24 (Infosplusgabon) -  Industrial logging in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) may severely disturb rainfall patterns across sub-Saharan Africa and bring about more extreme weather, including intense droughts and flash floods. In a letter sent today to the African Union, Greenpeace Africa is calling for an urgent discussion of the consequences that plans made in Kinshasa to lift its moratorium on logging would have for Congolese and African people in general.

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