An international non-governmental organization, Mercy Corps Liberia, on Monday, January 7, embarked on a five-day business development training for over 35 renewable energy products retailers in the country. Read More here.

President George Weah says Liberians are not willing anymore “to die as a result of power theft and the lack of electricity,” an Executive Mansion release said. According to the release on Friday, the president said the inadequate supply of power to the people dates back to 1986. Read More here.

The program manager for Light Up Liberia (LUP), a three-year program sponsored by the European Union and implemented by Mercy Corps, said 119 Liberian students have been trained on how to install and maintain solar lights. Read More here.

Daily Observer reported an international consultant working on the National Adaptation Plans (NAPs) Project being implemented by Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Kalame Fobissie, has challenged the government to integrate climate change into its economic planning. Read More here.