Sustainable development is more than a promise, it’s our business model
Otmane Hajji, President of GreenYellow
This is true in Madagascar, where we operate the largest solar plant in the Indian Ocean. By organizing educational tours, inviting local farmers to a "grass day” where they can use our land to feed their livestock, and collecting and redistributing clothing, shoes, and school supplies, we give back to the community. This is also the case in Brazil, the second country where GreenYellow set up shop, where we have partnered with PUR Project to reforest the banks of the São Francisco River near the Amazon.
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taught about renewables and sustainable development