WELCOME TO THE
AFRICAN CIRCULAR BUSINESS alliance
NEW ADVISORY MEMBER
Dr. Rita E. Okoroafor (PhD)
Dr. Rita Esuru Okoroafor is an Assistant Professor at Texas A&M University, USA. Her research and teaching involve using oil and gas skills and techniques to solve challenges related to low-carbon energy technologies. Before embarking on her PhD on Geothermal Energy at Stanford University...
Circular Economy Investments
ACEN PARTNERS WITH ACBA
Both organisations will be working together to assist with equipping traditional financial investors with Circular Economy (CE) understanding and how they are motivated to invest in Startups/businesses under the CE context with the potential of a good Return on Investment (ROI)...
CCUS WITH CIRCULAR ECONOMY
Carbon Utilization allows us to recycle the emissions and create a circular carbon economy formed by trade and several other economic opportunities which are created in the process of attributing a price into carbon and developing a market by transforming new products from CO2...
African Circular Business Alliance joins the
24/7 Carbon-Free Energy Compact
“We are ready to work closely with the coordinators and signatories of the 24/7 Carbon-Free Energy Compact to accelerate the process of making carbon-free energy affordable, reliable, modern and accessible to all, particularly for people and businesses in Africa” said Miguel Peters, CEO African Circular Business Alliance...
Research development is a key factor ACBA uses to innovate and improve the level of understanding of market complexities. As our most valuable tool, by conducting research we break down the myths and wrong perceptions of sciences to uphold the truth and create reliable and authentic knowledge. This provides unbiased observation of market complexities and enables fact-based decision-making while improving business attractiveness...
Join the wider alliance
The challenges facing the global environment today are too big, too interconnected and too urgent for any one organization to solve alone. The natural world shows us in so many ways a simple truth: there is strength in numbers, in this case as an alliance to drive positive impacts together. Find out how to get involved in the wider Alliance by clicking the link below.
ACBA 2023 CIRCULAR TRAINING PROGRAM
Theme: Educating African Business Leaders to take Climate Change Action powered by Circular Economy Implementation Strategies to drive socio-economic developmemt and growth
Application Opens: 1 May 2023
Sectors: Energy, Food & Agriculture, Buildings & Construction, Transportation
WITH SUPPORT FROM THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Locations: Luanda, Angola | Lagos, Nigeria | Johannesburg, South Africa
ACBA for Profitable Circular Economy, Business Growth and Climate Action
ACBA’s approach is anchored on three core principles: awareness-raising, capacity-building, and networking to drive actions and provide businesses with support, including training, technical assistance, decarbonisation pathways, circular business strategies and access to funding, to assist them in implementing circular economy practices.
FUTURE-PROOFING AND SUPERCHARGING AFRICAN CIRCULAR BUSINESSES AND ECONOMY
ACBA works alongside policymakers, industry experts, civil society organisations, government agencies, academics, and many other stakeholders to establish a supportive ecosystem for circular economy initiatives and heighten consciousness about the benefits of circular economy practices and sustainability.
A $1.4 Trillion Market Opportunity in Africa
Entrepreneurship & Business
Legal & Regulatory Framework
The challenges facing the global environment today are too big, too interconnected and too urgent for any one organisation to solve alone. The natural world shows us in so many ways a simple truth that there is strength in numbers, in this case as an alliance to drive positive impacts together. Find out how to get involved in the wider Alliance by clicking the boxes.
Chief Executive Officer
African Circular Business Alliance
"Japan is known for its advanced knowledge and innovation in technology that drives socio-economic development and growth. We believe that the ties between Japanese and African tech companies under the circular economy and sustainability context will create great opportunities for both regions."
CEHub Japanese Magazine
Nair de Sousa
Energy Sustainability Director - Low Carbon Technologies
African Circular Business Alliance
"Commercializing carbon capture around the world is critical to climate action, and we must accelerate its deployment in every corner of the world, including in developing economies where energy demand is likely to increase significantly"
Published on Clean Air Task Force (CATF)
Turning Africa’s food waste problem into a regenerative and commercial opportunity
Circular Economy as a new production and consumption model
Investment Readiness - What you need to know
The shipping industry contributes to almost 3% of global greenhouse gas
The integration of innovative technology in circular economy practices and modelsMarch 27, 2023/0 Comments
World Circular Economy Forum 2022November 1, 2022/