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Author: Obie Agusiegbe

A Certified Environmental Professional with over 18 years’ experience in the sustainability sector. She works with organizations interested in improving their sustainability performance by assisting them identify and implement ways to include environmental and social aspects into their existing offerings. Her solutions are innovative and can build bridges between other continents and Africa. International Development | Africa | Clean Technologies | Climate Resilience | Humanitarian | Fairness
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WASH – A Public Health Emergency

WASH- Water Sanitation and Hygiene - EnvironBuzz

WASH stands for “water, sanitation and hygiene”. Universal, affordable and sustainable access to WASH is a critical public health issue within the international development construct. It is a social determinant of health and hence has a social impact measurable by the health and wellness of people and communities. There are many INGOs with […]

Blue Economy

Blue Economy

Blue Economy refers to the sustainable use of the ocean’s resources or the sustainable management of ocean economies. It goes beyond viewing the ocean economy solely as a mechanism for economic growth. It considers social inclusion and the preservation of livelihoods while at the same time ensuring the environmental sustainability […]

EnvironBuzz™ Mag, Best Green Business Blog on the Web

EnvironBuzz™ Mag, Best Green Business Blog on the Web

EnvironBuzz™ Mag is featured in the Top 25 Green Business Blogs on the web by FeedSpot. FeedSpot based our ranking as the 12th best Green Business blog from thousands of blogs on the web on traffic, social media followers, domain authority & freshness. Obie Agusiegbe started EnvironBuzz™ Mag in 2012. The Magazine’s […]

Climate Action

Climate Action

What is Climate Action? Climate Action is urgent action needed to combat climate change and its impacts. We need climate action because: Why do we need Climate Action in Developing Countries? We need climate action in developing countries because:  The Paris Agreement and Climate Action According to the Paris agreement, all countries […]

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