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Uganda Solar Projects: Energy-starved nation promotes clean energy

The government in Uganda wants to harness the sun. While the country relies mostly on hydropower, it's trying to develop off-grid energy. But as Leon Ssenyange reports, advocates for renewable energy say it still won't be enough.

Kampala lights up using solar energy | Money Talks

Kampala lights up using solar energy | Money Talks

Senegal Renewable Energy: West Africa's largest wind farm to launch in 2020

Senegal Renewable Energy: West Africa's largest wind farm to launch in 2020

Spain's radical climate change plan | Picture This

Spain's radical climate change plan | Picture This

South Africa Power: Solar power lights up school in South Africa

South Africa Power: Solar power lights up school in South Africa

Who is winning in Ukraine?

Who is winning in Ukraine?

Does Ukraine have the upper hand over Russia?

Does Ukraine have the upper hand over Russia?

Is the Indian-Chinese border dispute over?

Is the Indian-Chinese border dispute over?

Can peace exist on China and India's border?

Can peace exist on China and India's border?

Can a $10M lawsuit strengthen Black Lives Matter?

Can a $10M lawsuit strengthen Black Lives Matter?

BLM executive faces a $10 million lawsuit

BLM executive faces a $10 million lawsuit

Is AI at the forefront of a new Cold War?

Is AI at the forefront of a new Cold War?

Will AI change the world order?

Will AI change the world order?

Is there hope for long-lasting peace in Tigray province?

Is there hope for long-lasting peace in Tigray province?

Who’s responsible for the broken Truce in Tigray?

Who’s responsible for the broken Truce in Tigray?

Could Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia be the next Fukushima?

Could Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia be the next Fukushima?

What you need to know right now about the Zaporizhzhia crisis

What you need to know right now about the Zaporizhzhia crisis

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