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Expert NameMr. Georges IIunga Kaponsola
DivisionClimate Change Division, Department of Sustainable Development, Deparment of Environment
CountryDemocratic Republic of Congo
Telephone00 243 814529940
Emailgik_e_mailbox(at); forourdyingplanet(at)
Work ExperienceTo my modest opinion, desertification is one of the climate changes adverse effects; results of human behavior towards natural resources. For the moment being, the most efficient and most practical way to combat successfully these bad effects is the “Resort to Renewable Energies”. We must progressively replace fossil fuels with renewable energies. The area of agriculture and land use, need stabilization by settling process of activities, resort to agroforestry and use of natural fertilizers. The struggle is a lengthy and money consuming process; in need of negotiations with various stakeholders at different levels. Thematic areas: _Struggle Against Climate Change Adverse Effects (among them „Desertification) by Resort to Renewable Energies
QualificationsSecond License/ Physics; UPN (National Pedagogic University
Number of Publications5
Other Activities- 1°-Permanent Member of the National Green Economy Working Group since 2013; - 3°-Member of the National Council for Libreville Declaration on Health-Environment from 2011; 4°-National Focal Point for Energy and Environment since 2011
Publications1. ILUNGA KAPONSOLA Georges/2001/ Menaces d?Extinction de la Vie sur le Globe Terrestre/ 64 pages/ UPN/ Kinshasa; 2. Georges ILUNGA KAPONSOLA/2010/ Environment and Education/- Introduction of Classes of Environment into Schools and Universities all Over our Planet./ UNFCCC; 3. Georges ILUNGA KAPONSOLA/_2013/_ Circumstances to Face in the Implementation of Energy Related Projects in DRC / IRENA/Bonn/Germany 4. _Georges ILUNGA KAPONSOLA/ 2013/ Climate Changes-Energy-Need of Survival in Africa/ IRENA/ Bonn/ Germany; 5. ILUNGA KAPONSOLA Georges-Environment and Education –Resort to Renewable Energies
DisciplinePhysical Science
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