Being a guest on the podcast "Fern-Seher", Karl Benno Nagy gives insights into the world of sustainable business and green finance.
The podcast is powered by "IHK Mittleres Ruhrgebiet", a German chamber of commerce, and is guided by Erik Weik who gives bright outlooks into the future. Together with entrepreneurs, scientists, founders and many other special guests they focus on a vast variety of economic and business related topics.
This episode is about the 17 Sustainable Development Goals which are meant to lead us into a holistic future, and how to accomplish them along with vivid economic viability.
Thank you, Erik Weik, as well as your team for the invite and the vivid time.
What you see is not a grassland — it’s a lake.
Lake Victoria is Africa’s biggest fresh water lake with Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya as riparian countries and much more depending regions via the rivers emerging from the lake. Because of the lake’s vast size it plays a defining role in the climate of West Africa’s biosphere. Apparently a green, free-floating weed called water hyacinth tightly covers a huge area of the lake’s water surface. It hinders the penetration of sun rays into the water and therefore depletes dissolves oxygen. This causes a cascade of destructive effects to both: biodiversity and social well-being.
But sometimes it just takes a shift in perspective to turn a life-threatening weed into a source for clean energy, organic fertilizer and much more.Actually is turns out that biomass is much more economic viable as any other renewable energy source — of course if waste is used only!
Kabena partnered with Thika Way shifted their perspective exactly this way to rescue Africa’s biggest fresh water lake.
The Sister Organization's new school is now ready to be completed.
Thanks to some generous donations, plastering work will be finalized along with the set up of sanitation facilities and a neat outdoor kitchen to prepare delicious, vital meals to keep the girls healthy and vigorous — we all know learning can be quite tough sometimes.
I want to thank these donors from the bottom of my heart, of being a part of us on a journey to give girls in India a safe place to be.
Great progress has been made so far and more is just about to come. Currently, we’re setting up the basecamp in La Poderosa, Chile. So exciting!
There is a precious gas which drives the economies of tech, health and industrial production more than ever today — and we’re running out of it.
That’s why we are even happier about our early stage investment in helium as well as partnering with NACSO AG to focus on the noble gas back in 2017.