Expert research and analysis on Africa's environmental concerns,
progress and challenges in environmental sustainability
CAI's Enviro Africa unit focuses on Africa's natural resources and the myriad environmental issues affecting the continent's changing landscape. The unit takes the view that environmental issues in Africa are, by definition, anthropogenic. This suggests that the environmental impacts on the continent are mostly socially driven. The unit seeks to provide a deeper understanding of, inter alia, the impacts upon Africa's water, land, biodiversity, air and animals through analysing: the pace and scale of environmental change; the positive roles and practices undertaken on the continent to protect against, and even reverse, environmental degradation; and the modern development of indigenous practices to ensure the survival of the environment and the continent's people.
The Enviro Africa unit provides expert analysis and research on the state of Africa's natural environment and related impacts on human livelihoods, issues affecting environmental sustainability, emerging environmental challenges, and success stories in addressing these issues.
Our exceptional team of analysts, consultants and interns, spread across Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the United States, offer a wealth of insight and experience, and combine to develop a vast range of research and strategy solutions to meet all of your African-related intelligence needs.
CAI's Enviro Africa unit delivers expert analysis and research with our clients' needs in mind, offering:
- Tailored reports - Reports tailored to meet the specific African environmental affairs related needs and requirements of the client;
- Tailored report series - Reports series (fortnightly, monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly) tailored to meet the specific African environment related needs and requirements of the client; and
- Brief discussion papers - Regular discussion papers released in CAI's fortnightly newsletter, analysing widespread salient environmental issues in Africa that arise as a result of human activity or natural processes; and progress towards protecting the continent's environmental resources.