A Nigerian firm, Green Sahara Farms, GSF, and six other organisations joined the Circular Bio-economy Alliance, CBA, on global bio-economy acceleration.
The six organizations that are now new members along with GSF joining CBA on accelerating the transition to bio-economy include Coordinator of the Indigenous Organizations of the Amazon Basin, COICA, Green Sahara Farms, Trees for Kenya, Impulso Verde Kuaspue Foundation, Rioterra, Yagasu, Nature-based Solutions Initiative, and Oxford University.
It would be recalled that the CBA was established by His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales in 2020.
Basically, the CBA is an action-oriented partnership that connects the dots between investors, companies, governmental and non-governmental organizations and local communities to advance the circular bio-economy on the ground while restoring biodiversity globally.
Speaking on the essence of joining CBA, The Managing Director, GSF, Suleiman Dikwa, explained that the significance and of the CBA partnership is that the seven organizations have become part of a global movement that is powered by nature and people.