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The Guardian view on carbon offsetting: a model with dangerous flaws

The Observer 26 Jan 2023
The strong reaction to the Guardian’s joint investigation into carbon offsetting shows how much is at stake when the effectiveness of market mechanisms in combating global heating is challenged ... Carbon markets have long been controversial, with some arguing that any attempt to protect nature by assigning it monetary value is doomed.
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South Africa finishes with an earlier, but stronger, lychee season

Fresh Plaza 23 Jan 2023
Retail and wholesale markets have responded well and we’ve had no problem selling the stock we have,” says Bernal ... In this market, Madagascar has come in as a major player and they produce fruit in an artisanal style and at fixed pricing so when it hits Europe, it can affect the market,” says Bernal.
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Airlink to resume flights between South Africa and Madagascar after 3-year Covid ban

Independent online (SA) 20 Jan 2023
“We are looking forward to re-connecting South Africa with Madagascar and resuming our role in support of the recovery of ties between the two markets,” Foster said. The airline said that South Africa is an important source market and supply-chain link for Madagascar’s business and leisure tourism sector.
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A plethora of plant molecules provides a ple"flora" of data

Phys Dot Org 18 Jan 2023
For instance, the anti-cancerous semi-synthetic natural product vinorelbine, which is derived from the Madagascar Periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus), was marketed in 1989 as a result of a collaboration with Professor Pierre Potier from the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) ... More information ... DOI. 10.1093/gigascience/giac124 ... (2021).
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Madagascar solar firm secures funding to connect 50,000 households

Reuters 17 Jan 2023
Madagascar has a population of 29 million. The latest Madagascar ... "It will unlock the company's potential to deploy more than a hundred mini grids in Madagascar, a market with a significantly low electrification rate and challenging logistic conditions," she said.
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Solar firm plans to connect 50,000 Malagasy homes

Business Day 17 Jan 2023
Nairobi — WeLight, a off-grid solar company based in Madagascar, has secured €19m ($20.6m) to connect 50,000 households to electricity in the next two years ... “It will unlock the company’s potential to deploy more than 100 mini-grids in Madagascar, a market with a significantly low electrification rate and challenging logistic conditions,” she said.
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Athena Care Homes plants 5,000 trees with Ecologi

The Care Home Environment 17 Jan 2023
Family-owned Athena Care Homes has planted 5,000 trees in Kenya, Morocco and Madagascar in a drive to become more sustainable ... James Eley, marketing manager for Athena Care Homes, introduced the tree planting scheme in 2021 to help offset the business’ carbon footprint.
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Cocaine and crack growing in popularity in Seychelles |06 January 2023

Nation 06 Jan 2023
It examined cocaine market structures, distribution and use characteristics in Botswana, Comoros, Eswatini, Kenya, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mayotte, Mozambique, Réunion, Seychelles, South Africa, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe, with information generated from focus ...
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“The amount of Madagascar lychees imported by plane to Rungis is decreasing”

Fresh Plaza 20 Dec 2022
Ach Celina, an import company that stores its products on the Rungis market, chose to bring fresh lychees by plane from Madagascar. “With my contact in Madagascar, Julien Razafimanazato, we started the campaign on November 28th and should end it on January 7th,” explains Cédric Celina of Ach Celina.
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Crowds come out for Green Gift Bazaar

The Telegraph - Alton 28 Nov 2022
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 11. 1of11 ... 2of11 ... 3of11. 4of11 ... Scott CousinsShow MoreShow Less. 5of11 ... 6of11. 7of11 ... 8of11 ... Scott CousinsShow MoreShow Less. 9of11. 10of11 ... 11of11 ... NEWSLETTER ... Kenya, Ghana, Senegal, Uganda and Madagascar. “We pay them full price and move (products) to market, and save them transportation,” she said ... .
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Mitsui OSK Plans New Cruise Ships as it Seeks to Diversify Business

The Maritime Executive 25 Nov 2022
While not well known for its cruises, the company in addition to its passenger ferries has been operating a single cruise ship for the past 30 years in the domestic market ... The Nippon Maru is scheduled to sail with stops in Singapore, Male in the Maldives, Port Louis in Mauritius, and Toamasina, Madagascar.
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Radisson Hotel Group continues to strengthen its presence in Africa

Algeria Times 08 Nov 2022
Earlier this year, Radisson Hotel Group announced that it had surpassed its half-year growth target in Africa with exciting new openings and market entries across business and leisure destinations ... Highlights from 2022 so far include entry into several key new African markets.
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Feature: Malagasy essential oils' "fragrant" journey to China

China.dot.org 05 Nov 2022
5 (Xinhua) -- Nosy Be, located in northwestern Madagascar, is a small island of about 300 square kilometres, which takes only two hours to drive around ... Andomalala's company exports about 70 percent of its production to the Chinese market ... Having tasted the benefits of the Chinese market, the entrepreneur has high expectations of the CIIE.
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Radisson on track to add 150 hotels in Africa in 5 years

Algeria Times 05 Nov 2022
Earlier this year, Radisson Hotel Group announced that it had surpassed its half-year growth target in Africa with exciting new openings and market entries across business and leisure destinations ... Highlights from 2022 so far include entry into several key new African markets.
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Well on the way

China Daily 03 Nov 2022
China became Madagascar's third-largest export destination in 2021, with lots of mineral products and farm produce from Madagascar entering the Chinese market and Malagasy products including vanilla, lobster and sea crab increasingly appreciated by Chinese consumers ... The author is the Chinese ambassador to Madagascar.

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