As awareness of climate change becomes universal, one of COP21 controversial aims -without ensuring the mechanism for accountability- is to mobilized USD100 billion a year by 2020 from high industrialized economies to help the least countries make the energy transition, adapt to the effects of climate change that includes to stop the deforestation in countries such as Brazil, DRC, Indonesia, Peru and Others.
It is obvious that the Kinshasa government, with its weak institutions, failed to comply with the minimal ecological requirements to make DRC environmentally friendly, and contracted or is about to contract irresponsible projects that will jeopardise the Congo and global ecosystem.
A mountain gorilla from the Kabirizi family in Virunga
National Park, eastern Democratic of Congo,
pictured on April 7, 2011
Vue aérienne du parc du Virunga, en RDC
The works that took place from Tuesday 03 to Friday 06 November 2015, in Kinshasa, on the water transfer from the Ubangi to the Lake Chad, is a continuation of the various secret talks between "Joseph Kabila" and the Chadian authorities. These talks are designed to subtilize the Congo River's waters to supply the Chad and the Nile basins.
Schematic of the proposed Grand Inga transmission routes.
In fact, the Grand Inga Concept, also known as "Apartheid Energy Solution", was proposed back in the 1970's when DRC outlined a project agreement with the Apartheid South Africa, Egypt and nations of post-Apartheid Southern Africa to develop a continental energy grid that will involve the transmission cables linking South Africa, West Africa countries, Nigeria, Egypt and later extend it to Southern Europe.
"Kinshasa la Poubelle" drowns in garbage.