The Green culture; An escape from environmental crises

Yes! We should go green. You might be wondering what “going green” means. It is adopting and implementing practices that would result in zero adverse effect on the environment and hence, engendering sustainable environ for us and the future generation. The going green culture is a conscious effort towards the practice of these environmentally friendly […]

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Climate change; the environmental pandemic

The earliest time known to man when the environment was completely green (best form and shape) was at creation. Humans and animals eat only fruits and green herbs. No single human activity at creation was toxic to the environment. Interestingly, God gave man the responsibility to care for the environment around him. With the fall […]

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Renewables – A Sustainable source of Energy

Renewable energy as a source of sustainable and reliable fuel has become a key means of achieving economic development with less negative impact on the climate and environment. Indeed, without fuel, heat, light, and power it is impossible to build or run the industries and cities that provide goods, jobs, and homes, nor enjoy the […]

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Leadership through the Lens of a Young African

There is a problem of questionable public leadership across many African countries. Not many of us are proud of the “leadership” in our country. While strong leadership exists in the private sector, it is still largely individualistic and not communal; that is, the benefits from such strong leadership are not felt by the wider society. […]

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