Friday, November 27, 2020

Geoff Hill

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Geoff Hill is a Zimbabwean writer working across Africa. Formerly special reports manager for Rupert Murdoch's flagship paper, the Australian, first non-American to win a John Steinbeck Award and author of the bestselling The Battle for Zimbabwe. A life-long conservationist, he has written extensively about the environment.

The new Dust Bowl that even the BBC blames on green climate policies

IN HIS novel The Grapes of Wrath, John Steinbeck wrote about the US Dust Bowl of the 1930s and how families were driven off the...

Electricity is the key to Africa’s brighter future

IN THIS final instalment of  ‘Heart of Darkness: Why energy poverty is a security issue’ which we've been publishing to  mark the Global Warming Policy...

World Bank’s green diktat stops clean coal powering Africa

TO mark the Global Warming Policy Foundation’s Energy for Africa initiative, we’ve been publishing instalments of Geoff Hill’s ‘Heart of Darkness: Why energy poverty is a...

How lack of electricity is forcing Africa’s poor to seek the urban dream

TO mark the Global Warming Policy Foundation’s Energy for Africa Week, we are publishing ‘Heart of Darkness: Why energy poverty is a security issue’, the...

How corruption keeps Africa in the dark

TO mark the Global Warming Policy Foundation's Energy for Africa Week, we are publishing their first commissioned paper ‘Heart of Darkness: Why energy poverty is a...

Taking electricity to Africa is good for us all

THE Global Policy Warming Foundation has just launched a programme called Energy Justice.  Its purpose is to raise awareness of the severe energy poverty that...

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