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Ghana’s environment minister keeps the Paris promise: Calls for a Freeze on proposed coal project.

350Africa’s G-ROC team has been at the forefront of an anti-coal campaign,  confronting the Ghanaian government, Energy Protection Agency, Volta River Authority and Shenzhen Energy Group, polluters, who have proposed for the construction of a destructive 2x350MW coal-fired power plant in Ekumfi District Central region of Ghana. Recently, Ghana’s Minister of Environment, Mahama Ayariga, has (More...)

Western Africa

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We’re looking for a driven and creative Senior Digital Campaigner to coordinate the work of our online and offline mobilisation in the Arab World, and to collaborate with our team members with skill, sensitivity, and a razor-sharp strategic sense. About the position: Senior Digital Campaigner: At 350.org, we believe in a safe climate and a better (More...)


Writing Our Own Stories

Written by Prince Papa. The African Youth Initiative on Climate Change (AYICC) launched its 2nd continental annual conference (African Youth Conference on Climate Change) on October 14th- 15th, 2016 in Nairobi Kenya. AYICC, marking its 10th anniversary this year, is by far one of the largest environmental youth networks in the continent and boasts a (More...)

Eastern Africa

Gearing up for COP 22 with African and International Civil Society Declaration

Members of 350.org attended the “African and international Conference” on the “Issues and challenges of COP22” – in Casablanca, Morocco on the 23rd and 24th of September; a meeting orgnaised by the Moroccan Coalition for Climate Justice (CMCJ) in response to the UN Climate summit taking place in Marrakesh 7-18 November, 2016. 245 participants, from (More...)

Faith Institutions Lead the Divestment Call

The provincial Synod of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa has announced their support for the fossil free divestment campaign by voting to divest.  The motion passed by the Anglican Church of Southern Africa (ACSA) follows the leadership of the Desmond and Leah Tutu Foundation’s vote to divest earlier on this year. Both institutions have (More...)

Southern Africa