BMW South Africa’s Rosslyn, Pretoria, plant will get up to 30% of its power through renewable energy from a biogas project, the German car maker announced on Friday. About 40 000 tonnes per annum of cattle manure and around 20 000 tonnes of organic waste will be fed into digesters that will produce biogas to drive
VENTURES AFRICA – As concerns about sustainability continue to shape practices in today’s world, a new study has revealed that a shift to a green economy trajectory can help Egypt realize annual savings of over $1.3 billion in the agriculture sector, $1.1 billion in the water sector and a 13 percent reduction in carbon dioxide emissions.
This new study was released recently by the Egyptian government in conjunction with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and other partners. Launched at the African Ministerial Conference on Environment (AMCEN), the Green Economy Scoping Study for Egypt also reveals certain economic and environmental trends …read more