Seoul, 18 October 2021- Less than a month after electricity prices spiralled for the first time in 8 years, South Korea’s government disclosed two revised
Promoting Renewables in Conflict-Ridden Regions: Combating Conflict, Economic and Energy Crises in the Middle East
Just a month ago, Jordan reopened the border to Syria in an attempt to stimulate trade and provoke an economic recovery of both countries. Whereas Jordan’s economy is dealing with a high rate of unemployment (48%), spiraling debt, scarcity of investments and widening external balances, Syria’s economy has been battered by the decade-long war, internal displacement, humanitarian catastrophe and the devastating influence of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Along the U.S. Coast and to the Gulf of Mexico: The Biden Administration taps into the U.S.’ Wind Energy Potential
During the kick-off of the Offshore Windpower 2021 Conference & Exhibition, which took place from 13th-15th October in Boston, Massachusetts, Biden announced the U.S. government’s plans to plant seven large-scale offshore wind farms into its coastlines to the West and East.
About two weeks ago, the African Climate Week 2021 was executed virtually as one of the four regional UNFCCC conferences (i.e. LAC, APAC, MENA), of which three will lead up to COP 26 in Glasgow from October 31 to November 12, 2021.
PROTECTING YOUR WEALTH: OFFSHORE TRUSTS IN MAURITIUS From the desire to provide for one’s descendants to the need to keep wealth in the family line,