Climateaction.africa is a proudly African NGO working at the forefront of Africa’s climate action ecosystem. Our work focuses on Climate literacy and advocacy, fostering collaborations and uniting key stakeholders to ensure we all work towards building a more sustainable and climate-resilient Africa.
NatureWe understand the importance of contextualising and translating the global problem into relatable challenges which can be found around us, ensuring that Africans understand the Climate change realities from an African context rather than a western perspective.
This enables us to create indigenous solutions that address our realities and are easily implementable, affordable and produce accelerated results.
To build an eco-friendly, sustainable Africa through effective collaborations and establishing an enabling ecosystem where initiatives and innovations thrive.
- Climate Literacy and Advocacy
- Incubating and Accelerating Solutions
- Research and Development
In a world that is being overtaken by pollution, we are committed to supporting efforts to reduce global warming and other catastrophic effects of climate change.
To accelerate the progress of stakeholders in the climate advocacy ecosystem, there is also the need to push for the enforcement of climate action civic responsibility. So, part of what Climateaction.africa intends to do is encourage individuals, SMEs and companies, manufacturers, multi-lateral agencies and governments at all levels to be aware of the need to be environmental and circular-economy conscious, incorporating eco-friendly practices such as recycling and the use of solar or alternative energy in daily living.
Environmental services, Clean technology, Clean technology and energy, Community water systems, Green transportation and electric motors, Renewable energy, Smart city solutions, Solar power, Waste management and recycling, Water treatment, Water utilities, Water, sanitation and hygiene
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