The Kingdom’s laudable ranking in the Green Future Index 2021 has been tarnished by the Masen affair.

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According to the magazine MIT Technology Review Insights, which is in charge of the classification, the Green Future Index is a ranking of 76 leading countries and territories based on their progress and commitment to building a low-carbon future.

The National Financial Inclusion Council recommended the short-term implementation of a regulatory framework to allow crowdfunding. The Council also took an interest in rural populations by calling for a deepening of the diagnosis and analysis of the specific needs of actors in the rural world. Among these recommendations, the Council calls for the continuation of work for the development of mobile payment in order to make it a central vector of financial inclusion which will be beneficial to merchants and local agents. The CNIF recommends accelerating the reform of the legislative and regulatory framework governing the microfinance sector as well as the Credit Information Office to advance the work of the financial inclusion strategy. It also emphasized the need to adapt the National Strategy for Financial In inclusion in the face of the structural reforms launched recently, particularly in the facilitation and support of the reforming of the national social protection system. It recommended the establishment of a working group dedicated to supporting the deployment of the social protection project launched by King Mohammed VI.

The latter assesses how far their economies have shifted toward clean energy, industry, agriculture, and society as a result of investments in renewable energy, innovation, and green finance. The general ranking tab compares the performance of the economies under consideration and groups the results from the five pillars of carbon emissions, energy transition, green society, clean innovation, and climate policy. Morocco is currently ranked 26th in the 2021 index for the current fiscal year. To achieve this, the Kingdom generates over 40% of its electricity from renewable sources and has a burgeoning green energy industry. Morocco, on the other hand, has the ability to enlarge the torso.

Morocco has an ambitious policy in terms of the fight against climate change. The Noor complex in Ouarzazate is a gigantic solar project carried out in as part of its energy strategy. The Executive is trying to remedy this, we have seen recently with the ban on leaving the national territory against certain officials such as Mustapha Bakkoury, president of the Moroccan Agency for Sustainable Energy. But for all that, the Moroccan demands more severity and control with regard to bad managers, especially when it comes to megaprojects of the kind and which are the pride of the Kingdom. But how many others fall through the cracks?


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