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South Tarawa, Oct 10 – Experienced local business owners and people interested in starting businesses took part in Kiribati Greenpreneurs Week – an event aimed at cultivating development of local businesses and supporting them in addressing environmental or social issues as a core part of their business model. The week consisted of two separate one-and-a-half workshops and was jointly organized by the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) and the Pacific Community’s Pacific Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (SPC PCREEE).


On 3rd Octobter 2018 a high-level conference on “Regional Cooperation to Accelerate Sustainable Energy Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries” has concluded with a strong international commitment of support to the Global Network of Regional Sustainable Energy Centres (GN-SEC).


08th October, 2018 - Tonga was elected Vice President of the International Solar Alliance (ISA) representing the Asia Pacific regions at its first General Assembly, which was held in New Delhi, India from the 1st – 3rd October, 2018.

This is in recognition of Tonga’s effort in promoting renewable energy and energy efficiency in the region, and its early ratification of ISA. Tonga is also hosting the region’s Pacific Centre of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (PCREEE).


20th September 2018, Suva, Fiji - Budding entrepreneurs and experienced sustainable business owners gathered in Suva for Fiji Greenpreneurs week. The event was organized jointly by the Pacific Community’s (SPC) Pacific Center for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (PCREEE) and the Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), and aimed at cultivating development of local businesses that help address environmental or social issues as a core part of their business model.


At the highest meeting of world leaders, the Kingdom of Tonga expressed its unwavering faith on renewable energy as a key to adressing the single greatest threat to small Island developing states - climate change - and for unlocking its growth and development potentials.

Faced with the challenges of climate change, a population with increasing obesity rates and the rising unemployment among youths, His Majesty Tupou VI told the 73rd Session of the UN General Assembly that it is still possible for Tonga to achieve its target of 50% renewable energy by 2020.


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