Green Growth

Ecoforum journal.fnlEcoforum Journal is back. Back with a bang, a twist while still maintaining the high quality information that it has always presented to our readers. In this Issue, we tackle the case of  Green Growth, what it entails, and how it can be integrated in our current development systems. As experts in their specific fields, each of our authors provide a unique perspective on Green Growth and eventually presenting a holistic view on the subject matter. To find out more about the Green Growth Issue, follow the links below:

GREENPRINT FOR LAMU PORT by David Bwakali

AFRICA’S POWERLESS SOLAR POWER by Mark Hankins

GREEN ECONOMY IN SOUTH AFRICA by Arthi Sanpath

CAN MARKETS SAVE AFRICA’S ENVIRONMENT? by Philip Osano and Leonard Akwany

AFRICA’S QUEST FOR SUSTAINABLE FISHERIES by Dr. Sloans Chimatiro

FISHY FISHING IN KENYA by Halinishi Yusuf

SWEDEN NEEDS TRANSITION, RATHER THAN GROWTH by Kjell Vowles

THE GREEN ECONOMY CONUNDRUM by Timothé Feodoroff

UGANDA’S GREEN OIL OPPORTUNITY by Margaret Koli

ENGAGING THE PRIVATE SECTOR AS A SOLUTION TO KENYA’S WATER NEEDS by Philip Kariuki

KENYA’S GREEN ARCHITECTURE ODYSSEY by Nickson Otieno

PAINTING EAST AFRICA REDD+ by Washington Wachira

SUSTAINABILITY IN AFRICA by Benson Arudo

SOMALIA’S FISHERY FORTUNE by Dickson Murage