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Anniversary of the Paris Agreement: focus on the ACT-DDP project

Anniversary of the Paris Agreement: focus on the ACT-DDP project
The ACT-DDP project, backed by the FFEM, guides companies as they develop strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and coordinates dialogue between the private sector and national decision-makers. The aim is to minimise the climate impact of high-emitting sectors - such as passenger transport, electricity, cement - and land use - in Mexico and Brazil. To mark the 5th anniversary of the Paris Agreement, the project sponsors recall its innovative nature.
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A forum for conservation of the great apes

Forum de l'Alliance pour la protection des grands singes - photo de gorille
In November 2020, the Alliance for the Conservation of Great Apes in Central Africa (AGSAC) organised a forum around the topic of “Local initiatives to protect the great apes of the Cameroon forests and Congo basin” at Yaoundé in Cameroon. The Alliance is supported by the Small-scale Initiatives Programme (PPI), itself set up by the French Committee of the IUCN and funded by the FFEM.
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An innovative National Park model for the conservation of great apes in Cameroon

gorille de plaine orientales Parc National Kahuzi Biega RDC
On 30 October 2020, the AFD signed a financing agreement on behalf of the French Facility for Global Environment with the Electricity Development Corporation, the public agency in charge of managing reservoir dams in Cameroon. Worth €990,000, its primary objective is to consolidate the model put forward by the Deng Deng National Park, created in 2010 to protect the region’s great ape population.
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