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Africa 2025 - the lion chronicles
What will Africa be like in 2025? The UNDP asked this question as part of a major research programme and came up with a number of likely scenarios--some positive, some negative. Which will outweigh t

Author: Tom Nevin
Organisation: Tom Nevin
Publish Date: February 2004
Africa 2050: Emerging Results from IFs Modelling Tool
Africa 2050: Emerging Results from IFs Modelling Tool: Julius Gatune. The Futures of Africa Project - University of Denver.

Author: Julius Gatune
Organisation: University of Denver
Publish Date: 2007
Africa 2060: Good News from Africa
This conference report begins with an overview that captures the major issues discussed at the event, enriched by additional information and perspectives relevant to any discussion of Africa’s future

Author: Cynthia Barakatt, Alfredo Burlando, Julius Gatune Kariuki, Adil Najam, Heran Sereke-Brhan
Organisation: Boston University Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study for the Longer-Range Future
Publish Date: April 2010
Africa and Foresight: Better Futures in Development
The African Union's "Agenda 2063" and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, with their promises of economic growth, social equality and a healthy environment, must be realized in volatile and

Author: Peter van de Pol
Organisation: UNDP Global Centre for Public Service Excellence
Publish Date: 2017
Africa and the Arab Spring: A New Era of Democratic Expectations
Military coups in Mali and Guinea-Bissau have overshadowed a deepening institutionalization of democratic processes in Africa over the past decade. These advances have been augmented by a growing com

Author: Africa Center for Strategic Studies, Washington, D.C.
Organisation: Africa Center for Strategic Studies, Washington, D.C.
Publish Date: November 2011
Africa Atlas of Our Changing Environment
The Africa: Atlas of Our Changing Environment brings compelling visual and scientifi c evidence of environmental change derived from the Earth observation sciences to a broader audience; builds aware

Author: United Nations Environment Programme
Organisation: United Nations Environment Programme
Publish Date: 2008
Africa Energy Outlook 2040
The scope of the study for the energy sector covers the supply, demand, production and transport of commercial energy to the extent that they have a regional dimension.

Author: Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA)
Organisation: Programme for Infrastructure Development in Africa (PIDA)
Publish Date: No date
Africa Environment Outlook - Past, present and future perspectives
The Africa Environment Outlook (AEO) report provides a comprehensive and integrated analysis of Africa’s environment. AEO contains a detailed assessment of the current state of the environment in the

Author: B. Ayeni, A. Ballance, M. Chenje, T.M. Chiuta, D.M. Nightingale, E. Laisi, Y. Moyini, T. Tata, C. de Villiers
Organisation: UNEP, ADIE-PRGIE, CEDARE, IOC, NEMA, NESDA, SARDC-IMERCSA
Publish Date: 2000
Africa Environment Outlook 2 - Our Environment, Our Wealth
AEO-2 provides a comprehensive assessment of environmental state-and-trends, and the implications of this for human well-being and development. The assessment includes an analysis of policy responses

Author: R. Arthurton, H. Beekman, R. Biggs, M. Chenje, C. Huggins, P. Kameri-Mbote, K. Korateng, W. Küper, K. Kulindwa, N. Makoni, N. Manda, J.C. Mohamed-Kate
Organisation: AMCEN / UNEP
Publish Date: 2006
Africa Environment Outlook for Youth: Our Region – Our Life
The trumpet call has sounded all over Africa and the youth have responded enthusiastically. This publication is the youth version of the premier Africa Environment Outlook (AEO) report. AEO was the f

Author: United Nations Environment Programme
Organisation: United Nations Environment Programme
Publish Date: 2005
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