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The first solar airplane to circumnavigate the world, World’s largest solar powered bridge in London, White House begins installation of solar panels, Largest solar array of panels on a single building in Africa, Successful first international flight for Solar IMPULSE, San Francisco adopts law requiring solar panels on all new buildings, Joint venture DII established and ready to take up work, Solar atlas for India published, Parliament Approves EEG Amendment Cutting Solar Feed-in Tariffs, Morocco launches solar mega-project at Ouarzazate, Agreement reached on German solar feed-in tariff, Unveiling of the World's Largest Solar Boat, The first road in the world that converts sunlight into electricity is ready for use, US President Obama makes pledge to tackle wildlife crime during Africa visit, Africa's first privately developed hydropower plant goes online, German solar systems produce electricity with a capacity of more than 20,000 MW for the first time, Great Elephant Census Final Results, European Inventor of the Year 2009, First solar powered cargo ship, AfDB and WWF Call for Urgent Action to Combat Wildlife Crime, Madagascar pochards need new wetland home, Solar Impulse - Across America, World’s Largest Solar Thermal Power Project at Ivanpah Achieves Commercial Operation, Masdar City Abu Dabi, Greenpeace opens African Office, Soco’s exploration in Virunga violates OECD guidelines, WWF alleges, First around-the-world solar flight, Largest Thin-Film Solar Power Plant in Brandenburg, Gründertreffen der Desertec Industrial Initiative in München, Desertec steigt bei Dii aus, First European Solar Days, World Day to Combat Desertification, Oil spillage off the West coast of South Africa, Oil spillage off the coast of South Africa, International Year of Deserts and Desertification 2006, German Federal Parliament adopts changes for solar feed-in tariffs, Bundestag adopts modification of solar power feed-in tariffs, New record: renewables make up 78% of power consumption, Record: Wind farms and solar plants produce more power than conventional power plants, Tanganjikasee hat sich extrem erwärmt, Africa’s Longest-Known Terrestrial Wildlife Migration Discovered, Elephant Massacre in Chad, Landscape of the Year 2017/ 2018/ 2019: Senegal/Gambia , Threatened Lake of the Year 2017: Lake Tanganyika

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