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Rwanda’s private sector encouraged to participate in COP22 and take advantage of climate finance opportunities

Members of Rwanda’s Private Sector Federation have met with representatives of the National Designated Authority for engagement with the international Green Climate Fund (GCF) and Rwanda’s Green Fund (FONERWA) to learn more...[more]


Visiting EALA MPs commend the work of LVEMP II Project in Rwanda

Members of the East African Community Legislative Assembly (EALA) have commended the efforts made by the Lake Victoria Environmental Management Project phase Two (LVEMP II) to protect the Lake Victoria Basin in Rwanda and...[more]


Rwanda records impressive achievements on path to becoming a green and resilient nation

Rwanda’s sustainable green growth is supported by a range of stakeholders working tirelessly in the environment sector. During the second biannual meeting of environment sector stakeholders held on 20th October 2016, the...[more]


Rwanda proudly ratifies the Paris Agreement on Climate Change

Rwanda has joined more than 80 nations to ratify the Paris Agreement on Climate Change – a historic international treaty that aims to limit global temperature increases to 2 degrees Celsius with an ambition to keep increases...[more]


Rwanda's National Coordination Team for global Green Climate Fund holds first meeting

  Members of Rwanda's National Coordination Team (NCT) for the international Green Climate Fund have held their first meeting to review and confirm national priority investment areas. The meeting took place at Lemigo Hotel...[more]


Historic amendment to the Montreal Protocol adopted in Kigali, giving renewed hope in fight against climate change

An ambitious amendment to the Montreal Protocol has passed at the 28th Meeting of the Parties to the Protocol in Rwanda. The Kigali Amendment is the most significant climate mitigation step the world has taken since the...[more]


President Kagame calls for an ambitious amendment to the Montreal Protocol to make the world safer and more prosperous

Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame has opened the High Level Segment of the 28th Meeting of the Parties to the Montreal Protocol (MOP28) with a call on the world to quickly end the production and use of potent greenhouses gases...[more]


28th Meeting of the Parties to the Montreal Protocol opens in Kigali, Rwanda

Delegates from almost 200 nations have convened in Kigali for the 28th Meeting of the Parties to the Montreal Protocol. The meeting will decide on the most significant action on climate change since the adoption of the Paris...[more]


Joint Statement on Amending the Montreal Protocol and Maximizing Energy Efficiency in Appliances: Capturing the Economic, Climate and Energy Security Benefits

The Kingdom of Morocco, as President of COP 22, and the Government of Rwanda, as host of MOP 28, are committed to taking the lead on one of the key issues arising from and overlapping both gatherings: passing an ambitious...[more]


Celebrating Bamboo: Rwandans urged to embrace bamboo culture

As the World marks the Bamboo Day today, Rwandans are encouraged to embrace the culture of bamboo as a way of safeguarding the environment and improving socio-economic lives. World Bamboo Day was officially established on...[more]