Book chapter
Energy Profile: Ghana
United Nations Environment Programme

Ghana’s population in 2013 was 25.91 million. Total production of electricity in 2015 was 1,275 ktoe with 41.6 per cent produced from fossil fuels and 46.9 per cent from hydro sources. The final consumption of electricity in 2015 was 975 ktoe (AFREC, 2015).


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Book chapter
Energy Profile: Gambia
United Nations Environment Programme

In 2013, Gambia’s population was 1.86 million. Total production of electricity in 2015 was 28 ktoe with 96.4 per cent produced from fossil fuels. In 2015, final consumption of electricity was 21 ktoe (AFREC, 2015).


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Book chapter
Energy Profile: Central African Republic
United Nations Environment Programme

The Central African Republic had a population of 4.7 million people in 2013 (World Bank, 2015). Electricity production in 2015 was 18 ktoe with
88.8 per cent of it generated from hydro. Final electricity consumption in 2015 was 15 ktoe (AFREC, 2015).


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Our Planet
Our Planet June 2017: Connecting People to Nature
United Nations Environment Programme

In this issue, government leaders, experts and campaigners explore the benefits of connecting people to nature, and underline how our dependence on natural systems forces us to use Earth’s resources more wisely.


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Book/Report
Mobilizing Sustainable Finance for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises: Reviewing Experience and Identifying Options in the G7
United Nations Environment Programme

This report takes stock of existing activities in G7 countries, identifies a range of emerging lessons and suggests possible next steps for action by G7 countries. This report focuses on green and sustainable finance – in other words finance that delivers environmental benefits, within the context of the wider shift to sustainable development.


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Book/Report
Financial Centres for Sustainability: Reviewing G7 Financial Centres in Mobilizing Green and Sustainable Finance
United Nations Environment Programme

This report takes stock of the sustainability agenda that is emerging for financial centres, reviews current practice across leading centres in G7 countries and suggests priorities for further action. It focuses on green and sustainable finance – in other words finance that delivers environmental benefits within the context of the wider transition to sustainable development.


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Book chapter
Energy Profile: Rwanda
United Nations Environment Programme

In 2015, total electricity produced was 93 ktoe, of which 51.6 per cent came from fossil fuels, 19.3 per cent from hydro and 27.9 per cent from solar and
wind. Final electricity consumption in 2015 was 38 ktoe.


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Book chapter
Energy Profile: Nigeria
United Nations Environment Programme

In 2015, total electricity produced was 6,738 ktoe, of which 91.5 per cent came from fossil fuels and 8.3 per cent from hydro sources. Final electricity consumed was 2,218 ktoe (AFREC, 2015).


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Infographic/Flyer
Sustainable Lifestyles - Infographic
United Nations Environment Programme
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Book chapter
Energy Profile: Burkina Faso
United Nations Environment Programme

Burkina Faso has a population of 17.08 million. Electricity production in 2015 was 69 ktoe with 89.8 per cent of it generated from fossil fuels. Final consumption of electricity in 2015 was 86 ktoe (AFREC, 2015).


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