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Carbon Exchange Trade to showcase low carbon possibility at COP 21

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Kemi Busari
International  organisation, Carbon Exchange Trade will demonstrate how a low-carbon society could be achieved and sustained at the Conference of Parties (COP21) which starts in Paris today.
The side event as it is tagged is slated to hold at the Africa Pavilion Salle 1 on Friday December 04, 2015 to showcase climate change and renewable energy projects and efforts in the African economy.
The one-day display on carbon reduction is open to participation by African and delegates from other continents to engage experts and practitioners in renewable and efficient energy projects and Climate-Smart Agriculture.
A publication released on the organisation’s website urge all intending participants to register at designated website before the event.
The 21st edition of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)’s Conference of Parties (COP21) start today and will end on the 11th of December, 2015.

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