Smart Green Villages Tackle Climate Change Resilience in Rwanda
The Rwanda Green Fund has signed an agreement with the Global Alliance for Smart Cities and Smart Villages in Africa to develop Rwandan villages into "smart green villages" in a bid to build communities' resilience to climate change. "In the Smart Green Village, we will bring all sustainable principles including low carbon gas emissions, energy efficiency. At this stage we are bringing model houses that are affordable with components of raw materials that are sustainable and that can be sourced and manufactured locally," said Hubert Ruzibiza, the Chief Executive Officer of the Rwanda Green Fund.
"Smart green villages" an aim to build communities’ resilience to climate change.
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