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COP 21: a success in Paris. PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ahmedou Ould - Abdallah, President, www.Centre4s.org   
Monday, 14 December 2015 23:50
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The COP 21 Agreement of 12 December 2015 is historical and should continue to be welcomed as it justifies hopes for a better future to all.




Last Updated ( Monday, 14 December 2015 23:59 )
Written by André Marie POUYA, Journalist & Consultant.   
Friday, 04 December 2015 23:05

Burkina Faso November 29, 2015 presidential elections have been won by those people who have defeated Blaise Compaoré: Rock Marc Christian Kaboré, President Elect, Salif Diallo and Simon Compaoré, all leaders of the People's Movement for Progress (MPP). That party is led by defectors from the Congress for Democracy and Progress (CDP), the former ruling party. Burkinabe voters have favored experience over immense political and social expectations. They also have rewarded the leaders of the insurrection of 30 and 31 October 2014, which led to the fall of former President Blaise Compaore. Still, the election did not attract many people. 



Last Updated ( Saturday, 05 December 2015 00:40 )
World Future Council events at the Climate Summit in Paris New Resource Climate / Nuclear Nexus PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ahmedou Ould - Abdallah, President, www.Centre4s.org   
Sunday, 29 November 2015 01:05
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The World Future Council, established as a German Foundation, was launched in 2007 by Jakob von Uexkull the founder of the ‘’ Alternative Nobel Prize’ ’to which I have been associated for a number of years. It addresses environment issues with a focus on solar energy. Its views on nuclear are disputed within the Council.





Last Updated ( Sunday, 29 November 2015 12:01 )
Sahel Sahara: limits of regional groupings PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ahmedou Ould - Abdallah, President, www.Centre4s.org   
Sunday, 22 November 2015 00:07

Afficher l'image d'origineThe 20 November bloody assault on the luxury hotel, Blu Radisson in Bamako, Mali has claimed over 20 deaths plus a dozen wounded in addition to massive material destruction. The short term psychological impact will be difficult to assess. The attack came at the worst time for Mali and the whole region, as both are trying hard to recover from a lasting instability. Still, the lingering question is why this new rebel attack on the very day a Summit of the Sahel G 5, a regional grouping, is taking place in Ndjamena Chad? It is certainly not a coincidence but rather a strong warning.  



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