Re-greening Africa is what AFEJ formed, Africas Online Sustainibility Hub launched
The African Federation of Environmental Journalists (AFEJ) excited to announce the launch of the Green Africa Directory in which AFEJ is member of to integrate and share the regional informations in a professional manner.
The Green Africa Directory is the first pan-African sustainability directory and network that already showcases over 900 organizations from across Africa and is set to grow. The website also features a range of useful resources including upcoming green events, green jobs and tenders, green specials and competitions and a green blog.
Africa has a wealth of green organizations and initiatives. The directory aims to provide an easily accessible and searchable online green hub for Africa and to mainstream green options and decision-making. Launched in 2012, it is far more than just a green directory – it also features green events, green jobs, green tenders & opportunities, green specials & competitions, a green blog and a myriad of useful resources.
An underlying aim of the Green Africa Directory is to raise collective awareness for environmental issues, promote and gain additional support for green organizations, products and services and to profile green solutions. The Green Africa Directory aims to connect the sustainability movement in Africa and provide a source of inspiration for a green future.
How to get involved
- Search the green directory for green organisations, products, projects and people.
- Connect, share, collaborate and network with people and companies listed in the directory.
- Look for green jobs.
- Look for green events to attend.
- Read the latest Specials and Competitions.
- Sign up to receive your free copy of the Green Africa Directory Newsletter.
- Read the green blog.
- Get listed on the Green Africa Directory and get networking.
- Advertise your organisation on the Green Africa Directory and increase your online exposure to a targeted green audience.
- Become a Green Africa Directory Supporter.
- Read the green resources section.