According to the IEA report made in collaboration with the UN Environment Programme in 2018, 39% of energy and process-related carbon emissions come from buildings and the construction industry. In the developing world and elsewhere, there are two main issues: existing buildings which are very inefficient in terms of energy use and new constructions that are developed at a high expense of embodied energy.
As part of our commitment to promoting sustainable practice of Engineering and Architecture in cities, we have pledged to attend various events, meetings, conferences and continuous professional development (CPD) lectures.
The Commonwealth Youth Forum that happened from June 19 till 21, brought together young leaders from across the Commonwealth to exchange ideas, build networks, identify and debate development issues, challenges, and opportunities, agree on youth-led initiatives to mitigate challenges facing young people and create opportunities to enhance their lives. We were honored to be part.
The African Management Institute Management is an advanced learning community that equips entrepreneurs and managers with tools and training they need to succeed
ECatalyst is non-profit organization based in Colorado, US. It is a mix of people from many nations and walks of life that believe strongly in the power of ownership and sustainability in development. It believes in the power of business, and that entrepreneurship has that strange mix of natural ownership, local creativity, and economic impact that makes development last forever.
Based in San Diego, California and led by a diverse group of seasoned global business leaders, Torrey Project is a global catalyst for conscious, multi-stakeholder balanced businesses. Their mission is to help create, capitalize and energize businesses that will each, in their own way, accelerate the transition from conventional “investor-focused capitalism” to the more conscious…
Do you know the number of people who visit Rwanda in a year? You guessed! 1.7M (TE, 2019). Do you know who stay? And how about Rwandan citizens who grew up in foreign countries with less or no access to Kinyarwanda classes? The number of people willing to learn about Rwanda and its culture is increasing day after day. If you have been struggling to make a few words in Kinyarwanda, then we’ve got a solution for you.
Have attended an international conference on developing a sustainable professionalism and relevant education in the Commonwealth. On this occasion, I had the opportunity of presenting a paper on Sustainable construction.