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Publication - Sub-Saharan Africa: Quality Infrastructure for Climate ChangeMitigation and Adaptation to Climate Change
Sub-Saharan Africa: Quality Infrastructure for Climate ChangeMitigation and Adaptation to Climate Change
Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)
Dennis Eucker, Niels Ferdinand, Carmen Morales, Katharina Telfser; Co-authors: Carmen Anthonj, Benjamin Kiersch, Ralf Lottes, Gerhard Rappold
The objective of the study is to analyze the contribution and significance of quality infrastructure in Sub-Saharan Africa for both climate change mitigation (renewable energies, energy efficiency) and adaptation to climate change (water, agriculture, human health and meteorology). After a general overview of the region in terms of the existing demand for quality infrastructure, the study takes a closer look at the status quo of quality infrastructure services which already exist in four selected country studies (Benin, Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda).