Tag: Rwanda Environment Management Authority
The government of Rwanda announced a climate action agenda worth about $11 billion which features a 38 per cent reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. CNBC Africa spoke to Juliet Kabera, Director General of Rwanda Environment Management Authority for more.
The government says it will start penalising wholesalers, retailers and consumers that still use single-use plastics with heavy fines following the expiration of a three month grace period. Director General at the Rwanda Environment Management Authority, Coletha Ruhamya joins CNBC Africa for more.
Rwanda has moved another step towards phasing out single-use plastics, granting a three-month grace period to importers and retailers of single-use plastic items and 2 years for manufacturers before starting to penalise them. Eng. Coletha Ruhamya, Director General of Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA) joins CNBC Africa for more.
Rwanda Environment Management Authority in collaboration with City of Kigali under the National Urban Eco-tourism parks are executing a project of creating an eco-tourism Park worth about $5.2 million, that seeks to provide an urban recreational space, restore the hydrological functioning and increase its biodiversity. Director General of REMA, Coletha U. Ruhamya joins CNBC Africa for more.
Rwanda seems to be right on track towards delivering her commitments to the Paris Agreement. The country during the Africa Green Growth Forum in Rwanda launched the Nationally Determined Contribution Partnership Plan a blue print towards fast tracking climate change adaptation efforts. To help make sense of this CNBC Africa is joined by Faustin Munyazikwiye, Deputy Director General of Rwanda Environment Management Authority.