Agriculture in focus this week in Morocco

Agriculture is front and center in Morocco this week with the 9th National Agriculture Conference that took place on April 17 under the theme of Food Security through Water” and the 12th edition of the International Agriculture Show in Morocco (SIAM) that opened on April 18 in the city of Meknes which focuses on “Agro-Business […]

HM King Mohammed VI launches construction of the Noor IV PV solar project

On April 1, HM King Mohammed VI launched the construction of the Noor IV photovoltaic (PV) solar project over a surface area of 137 hectares in Ouarzazate, Morocco. The PV project is the final phase of the 580 MW Ouarzazate solar complex and part of the 170 MW Noor PV I Program for the development […]

Salaheddine Mezouar holds Bureau meeting in Rabat in preparation for May Sessions in Bonn

COP22 President and Morocco’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Salaheddine Mezouar, presided over a meeting of the COP22/CMP12/CMA1 Bureau, on Friday, March 17 in Rabat, Morocco, that included the participation of the international members of the COP22/CMP12/CMA1 Bureau, a high-level delegation from the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) headed by Executive Secretary, Patricia Espinosa and […]

HM Mohammed VI declares Morocco back home in the African Union

Following the acceptance of Morocco’s return to the African Union (AU), His Majesty King Mohammed VI addressed the Pan-African organization today during the 28th African Union Summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 33 years after the Kingdom left the AU, its return and His Majesty’s speech sounded Morocco’s commitment and belief in unity for the stability, […]

Cities Spearheading Climate Action

The 6th biennial C40 Mayors Summit was held in Mexico City from November 30 to December 2, 2016. The summit, organized by C40, a network of 90 of the world’s megacities (representing +650 million people) committed to addressing climate change, and hosted by the Mayor of Mexico City, Miguel Ángel Mancera, brought together more than […]

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