Professor Ademola Adenle, a Nigerian university lecturer, was chosen by the Sustainability Publishing House Office, Basel, Switzerland, as the lone winner from Africa for the Sustainability 2022 Carbon Neutrality Award.
overlay-clevercloseThe website of the association announced Logo Adenle, a lecturer at the Technical University of Denmark’s Department of Technology Management and Economics, as the third-place winner.
The Sustainability Award is a worldwide competitive honour that recognises outstanding achievements to carbon neutrality and a sustainable future. It is given by the Sustainability Publishing House Office in Basel, Switzerland.
The statement read, “The award consists of a certificate and cash given to the awardee. Prof. Adenle is the only African scholar who was recognised in this category of the award for his exceptional contribution to the field of sustainable development and outstanding scholarly work in Carbon Neutrality.”
Adenle is a Visiting Professor of Sustainability and Innovation Policy at the Department of Technology, Management and Economics, Technical University of Denmark.
His interdisciplinary research is located at the interface of natural and social sciences with over 22 years of combined experience in stakeholder engagement, teaching and research at the international level.
He focuses on the role of science, technology and innovation policy in addressing sustainable development challenges including food insecurity, climate change and energy poverty.
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