According to 2019 data from IEA, 600 million people in Africa are yet to receive energy access. This means almost half (44%) of the continent’s population lacks the means to switch on a light, a heater, a fridge, or charge

I had the pleasure to speak with Camille Van Gestel, the co-founder and CEO of WakaWaka, a global social enterprise that develops and sells portable solar products. Impakter is familiar with the great work that WakaWaka does, but this time we

Editor's Note: This article was written  by Patrick Jacqueson in collaboration with Andreas Thulstrup and Indira Joshi  of the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations.  Almost three billion people rely on wood, coal, charcoal or animal waste as sources

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