URBAN AGRICULTURE FOR SUSTAINABLE CITIES IN AFRICA
The rapid urbanization in our cities is concurrent with rapid increase in urban poverty and urban food insecurity. It is expected that by the year 2020, about 40-45% of the poor in Africa and Asia will be concentrated in towns and cities.
NURTURING OUR CHILDREN'S IMAGINATION ON ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY
The broad construct of environmental sustainability agenda is increasingly being identified as society’s reorientation that’s equipping people with systemic problem solving skills to address today’s complex environmental sustainability issues.
DECENTRALIZED ENERGY SYSTEM: AN IMPORTANT PIECE OF AFRICA’S ENERGY PUZZLE
In the past decade, a perpetual wave of economic transformation has swept over the African continent marked with drastic changes in the way we build, produce and consume.
SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF DROUGHT IN AFRICA THREATEN TO UNDERMINE THE WIDER ECONOMIC AND DEVELOPMENT GAINS.
Africa is definitely faced with more dire consequences as a result of climate change. One such adverse consequence is drought which negatively impacts human beings, animals and crops.
WHY WE SHOULD CARE FOR SUSTAINABLE TOURISM IN AFRICA
Africa’s travel and tourism sector is a formidable force on the global scene and African countries are working hard to reach their full potential in the sector.The rate of urbanization is the fastest in the world and this will pose a serious chall
ENGAGING THE YOUNG PEOPLE IN MAKING SDGs A REALITY IN AFRICA
African youth have an opportunity to make the required change!
GREEN MORTGAGES FOR CLIMATE RESILIENT FUTURE KENYAN CITIES
Kenya has already proven to its neighbors, Africa and the world that a growing economy and attempts to combat a changing climate can, and should, go together.
CHARACTERISTICS OF SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR AFRICA
Africa is the world’s second largest and most populous continent with 54 recognized states and with urban agglomeration of 55 cities.
OFF-GRID SOLAR E-WASTE; RECIPE FOR E-WASTE MENACE
Off-Grid Systems (OGS) buoyed by Pay-As-You-Go (PAYGO) business models is arguably the ideal and revolutionary innovation addressing the fundamental challenge of under-electrification in developing countries.