EAC-COMESA-SADC launch five-year climate change initiative
Date posted: 8 December 2011
Agricultural trade, Climate change, Tripartite FTA, United Kingdom
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COP-17: EU adamant on aviation emissions
Date posted: 8 December 2011
Aviation, Climate change, European Union (EU), Logistics
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Carbon tax will push up SA transport bill by up to R6bn, warns Imperial Logistics
Date posted: 7 December 2011
Climate change, Competitiveness, Logistics, South Africa, Taxation
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Small steps towards emission reduction deal
Date posted: 5 December 2011
BRICS, Climate change
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Carbon tax will kill SA coal exports - Anglo
Date posted: 5 December 2011
Climate change, South Africa
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Africa must up its game in business
Date posted: 5 December 2011
Climate change, Diversification, Inclusive growth, Industrial policy, Mining
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The cost of adaptation to climate change
Date posted: 2 December 2011
African Development Bank (AfDB), Climate change
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New rules needed to accelerate investment in Africa
Date posted: 2 December 2011
Climate change, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), Infrastructure finance
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India decries trade barriers 'disguised' as climate action
Date posted: 2 December 2011
Climate change
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A recipe for carbon farming
Date posted: 2 December 2011
Agricultural trade, Climate change
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UN urges food sector to shift to ‘energy-smart’ agriculture
Date posted: 1 December 2011
Agricultural trade, Climate change
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Financing battle emerges at climate change talks
Date posted: 29 November 2011
Climate change, Logistics
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COP-17: Time for Africa to embark on a new environmental path
Date posted: 29 November 2011
Climate change
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Annan: Africa needs real support from COP-17
Date posted: 29 November 2011
Agricultural trade, Climate change
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Sadc must speak with one voice at COP-17
Date posted: 28 November 2011
Climate change, Southern African Development Community (SADC)
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Climate change

Early Closure of TMSA Programme: The Secretary of State of the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) has decided to terminate its financial contribution to TradeMark Southern Africa (TMSA), as announced on 4 December 2013. As DFID is the sole financier of the TMSA programme of support to the COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite, TMSA will officially be closed from 17 March 2014 instead of 31 October 2014. For more information about the TMSA closure, and for a summary of some of the more notable successes of the Tripartite achieved with TMSA support, please click here