Going Green — The Growing Popularity of Green Bonds in Africa

Much has been made of ways in which Africa may contribute or even lead the clean energy revolution, and green bonds just may be the answer.

As a sustainable and clean energy advocate, I’m very interested in the methods different countries adopt towards universal access to affordable and clean energy, especially the seemingly unconventional means.

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