Zero Emission Concept for Urban Resilience in Selected African Cities
Via its travelling university, ZECURA allows academic and practical collaborations among students of different countries. After several and successful traveling universities in Uganda, Tanzania, and Ghana, the current version of ZECURA took place at the International University of Grand-Bassam (IUGB) in Cote d’Ivoire. In addition to knowing different traditions, habits, and cultures of others, ZECURA allowed the international students from different institutions and different countries to jointly work and together address issues relevant to vital aspects of life.
During 8 days of intensive workshops, field trips, and industrial meetings, the IUGB
students with their partners of the travelling university tackled and worked on the
issues and problems of finding innovative, efficient, practical, resilient, sustainable,
and optimum ways of treating and managing waste, energy efficiency, energy
transition, renewable energy, wastewater, sanitation water, drinking water, and linking
all of these topics to the carbon footprint, zero carbon emission, and the IUGB green
For more information about ZECURA's presence at International University of Grand-Bassam, follow the link here.