Environmental Sustainability

Green Unit

The Green Unit is responsible for all environmental sustainability projects. Tailored programs address the conservation of natural resources and protection of global ecosystems to support the health and wellbeing of humankind now and in the future. Because so many decisions that impact the environment are not felt immediately, a key element of our programming is its forward-looking nature.



Climate Smart Interventions

Integrated Solid Waste Management & Recycling


Air and water quality studies

Regional climate change conferences


The Green Unit developed climate-smart tool kits being used in several African countries to implement low investment and high impact community projects. SAYM selected four countries (i.e. South Africa, Zimbabwe, Uganda, and Swaziland) as pilot grounds for the tool kits. In South Africa, we implemented action research through our CWP waste management activities to develop projects and capacity building tool kits that help communities and institutions realize the government aspirations enshrined in the Good Green Deed Programme, Nationally Determined Contributions, Green Fund and the Green Transition Policy among other programmes of government. In Zimbabwe, the model project being implemented under the host organization; Zimbabwe Sunshine Group, and was funded by the German Embassy and UNDP with other countries getting support from their governments.

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Climate Change

Coastal and Ocean

Cultural Resources and Heritage

Environmental Assessment




Landscape Architecture

Occupational Health and Safety



Wind and Solar

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