Sustainability

Latest Sustainability features from across Africa.

Latest Sustainability Corporate Stories

Arctic Risk Platform : Africa in the Age of Arctic Meltdown

Guest contributors Damilola Adeyanju and Professor Gail Whiteman from the Arctic Risk Platform explore the impact of Arctic warming and climate change on Africa’s economic development, business growth, and pursuit of the UN’s SDGs.

Dragonfly Aerospace : Sustainability from Space

Bryan Dean, CEO of Dragonfly Aerospace, highlights the world’s first agriculture-focused satellite constellation supporting efficient and sustainable practices.

Royal FloraHolland : Flowers for All

Floriculture growers, auctioneers and buyers give us a diverse insight into Royal FloraHolland, the cooperative striving for sustainable success for its members.

Prioritising Sustainable Urbanisation at COP27

Ahead of COP27, Aamena Desai, Senior Urban Designer at Arup, explains the need to future-proof cities across Africa and create more sustainable outcomes.

COP27 : Together for Implementation

Countries are set to come together and take action towards achieving the world’s collective climate goals at COP27 in Egypt, the first climate change conference held in Africa for six years.

Youth Sustainability Development Network

Encouraging Africa’s youth to take action against climate change, we speak with Damilola Hamid Balogun, delegate at COP27 and co-Founder of the Youth Sustainability Development Network.

Hydrogen on the Horizon

With the potential to rapidly decarbonise industry and transport, efforts to unleash green hydrogen are ramping up in Africa.

Kenya Renewable Energy Association (KEREA) : Spotlight

Access to clean and affordable energy is expanding in Kenya. We explore the significant role of renewables in the country’s diverse power generation mix.

What is your greatest success story of initiating change within your company?

We gave featured business leaders of our latest issue the final word in answering “What is your greatest success story of initiating change within your company?”

WidEnergy : Women Leading the Last Mile

With the goal to reach 45,000 households in the next four years, WidEnergy is the female-founded start-up delivering sustainable energy and empowerment for the women of Zambia.