Vinesh Chintaram, Director of Green Awards Africa and also secretary of the Mauritius Association of Architects (MAA) explains that Green Africa Awards, which are in their third edition, include 25 countries in East Africa, the Central Africa and Southern Africa. The program, he said, will be subsequently extended to the whole of Africa.
The Green Africa Awards are organized by year and put Antras value companies working for sustainable development with the label Green Africa Awards, through a competition in 18 categories including green building and green business.
"An opportunity for exhibitors to better visibility in the region, but also at the international level with our partner Common Grounds is the largest network of academics and researchers in sustainable development in the world," said Vinesh Chintaram. A regional dimension which is, moreover, already assured with the participation of several neighboring exhibitors.
The objective of the association of Green Africa Awards with IBS is to promote Green Africa Awards at the local level and the winners will receive the label for best visibility regionally and internationally. Vinesh Chintaram adds that his organization is currently working on the creation of a specific label for Africa.
In addition, Vinesh Chintaram explains, Common Grounds with their partner, the 5th International Conference on Sustainable Development will be held in Mauritius next year.
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