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The National Assembly of Tanzania has ratified the Framework Agreement on the Establishment of the International Solar Alliance (ISA).
ISA was launched at the 21st Conference of Parties (COP21) on the sidelines of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) which was held in Paris in November, 2015.
Formation of the alliance was aimed at enabling countries, particularly those in the tropic zone, to undertake investments in eco-friendly energy, especially solar.
The move by Tanzania is good news not only to the continent but the whole world and it’s a wakeup call for other countries.
Countries should now shift focus from fossil fuel energy sources and embrace environment friendly means of generating power. This will greatly reduce environment pollution caused by carbon emissions
Tanzania has just shown the way all other countries ought to follow. It now remains to be seen who next will follow.
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