Monthly Archives: May 2016

What does the Paris Agreement mean for the future of the Extractive Industries

With last December’s Paris Agreement, the world community agreed on reducing the emission of greenhouse gases severely with the aim to limit global warming. What exactly is agreed on? And even more important from the WGEI perspective: how does it affect the extractive industries? (By Marcoen Roelofs & Jeroen Doornbos, Netherlands Court of Audit) After…
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Global Accountability Conference on Oil and Gas in Dar-es Salaam

The Global Accountability Conference on Oil and Gas was held in Dar-es Salaam 11-12 April. The conference was arranged by the Wajibu Institute of Public Accountability, which was co-founded by former Tanzania Controller and Auditor General, and former AFROSAI-E Chair, Mr. Ludovick Utouh. Wajibu shall focus on accountability on a number of policy areas, and…
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