From tackling deforestation to monitoring financial flows, African leaders hold forth at COP26


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Issue 449 - 03 Nov 2021 - By John Hamilton | 18 minute read

Speeches made by African leaders at the 1-2 November opening of COP26 provided some insights into how they plan to move ahead with decarbonisation, while ensuring they don’t lose out on development opportunities for their economies. African Energy examines an A-to-Z of the leaders’ preoccupations

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