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Andrea Lennberg
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  • Gothenburg
  • Sweden
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Andrea Lennberg's Discussions

"In focus: The food-versus-fuel debate"

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kenneth Westling Dec 11, 2008. 5 Replies

Profile Information

What is your Interest?
Sustainable Development, Environment
Organization, Charity
Name of Company / Organization:
Industries for Africa Foundation
What is your current job title / department?
PR/Chairman of the Industries for Africa Foundation, a foundation for the transfer of knowledge to SubSahara Africa for the purpose of getting these countries industrialized.......
What would you most like to get out of this network?
Networking, Share Best Practices, Potential Partners, Potential Investors
What knowledge, skills and experience do you have that you would be happy for people to contact you over?
no speciell skills, just a passion to change the world, and the will to do what I can and help as much as possible
but I got a few highly skilled engineers and inventors backing me up on the projects, prototypes to show and patents to give away....

Finally someone who understands what we have been talking about all along!
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Andrea Lennberg's Blog

Hydrogen - Another Con?

Posted on December 1, 2008 at 2:00pm 1 Comment

The following paragraph is lifted from a serious "alternative energy" website promoting development of hydrogen power for vehicles as a replacement for "fossil fuels" - and promoting it's suitability for massive investment.

"Hydrogen is one of two natural elements that combine to make water. Hydrogen is not an energy source, but an energy carrier because it takes a great deal of energy to extract it from water.

It is useful as a compact energy source in fuel cells and batteries. Many… Continue

The Great Green Con

Posted on December 1, 2008 at 2:00pm 2 Comments

The futility of using croplands for Biofuel production was clearly predicted by the team that established this Foundation right from the start - and time has shown this to be so. The early months of this year 2008 have seen a spate of reports published that confirm this - along with an even more terrifyingly negative effect on the environment than the most pessimistic of our team anticipated.

Growing crops to make biofuels results in vast amounts of carbon dioxide being released into the… Continue

Comment Wall (25 comments)

At 4:49am on December 4, 2008, Erle Frayne Argonza said…
Hi Andrea! Thanks for the invite. Wow! That's a great mission of yours and your foundation, keep it up! I got some writes that you may find interesting, including the latest one about Pakistan-India conflict. Keep in touch, carpe diem!... Erle
At 12:21pm on December 10, 2008, George Ansa Duke said…
Hello Andrea, would you consider working in Nigeria? Industrialization is our only alternative for economic up-turn and empowerment being the realistic sustainble strategy for poverty alleviation, employmenmt creation, peace and food security and ultimately transition to green economy.
At 12:46pm on December 12, 2008, Finexpert said…
Africa, particularly western part, needs such initiative!!!
At 8:32pm on December 12, 2008, John Marie Lugemwa, OSB said…
Hi Andrea, thanks for adding me. I have through your website and sounds like you are doing some great work. I will be in touch for some advise on my work in Africa with and
At 8:19pm on December 14, 2008, Chriswaterguy said…
Hi Andrea,
I'm very interested in the "Industries for Africa Foundation." Transfer of knowledge is our goal, and it would be great to see what synergy we can create.

Have you looked at open licenses to facilitate knowledge sharing and collaboration?

I gather from your site's overview that your focus is on sharing knowledge in your particular areas of expertise, in a hands-on kind of way. That is very complementary, as our focus is on providing the infrastructure and connections, so that people can share, create and develop knowledge resources which can be shared in various ways -which we envisage happening not only by by internet as now, but through OLPC's laptops, CDs, phone, and printed material.

It would be great if you could share your knowledge on Appropedia. Let us know how we can help!
At 9:26am on December 28, 2008, Keith McGuinness said…
Hi Andrea,
Thanks for the invite. Congrats on your initiative, it looks like you are working on a really interesting and worthwhile project. I wrote my MBA dissertation on FDI in several African countries that covered competitiveness and investment climate so what you are trying to achieve is somewhat familiar to me.
At 1:35pm on January 1, 2009, George Ansa Duke said…
Hello Ms,
You're already stepped into a wonderful and beautifully packed year!
Nigeria is very pregnant and willing to give birth through your industrial initiatives. So always bear this sick pregnant mother in mind, Okay!
At 10:23pm on January 6, 2009, Ravi Pratap Shahi said…
Hallo Andrea,

May be you can start a project which will help us in starting small rural enetreprises in tribal areas of India, where large mining and larger Industrialisation is spoiling the land, people and culture. Large scale displacement and exploitation is to be stopped and smllaer, sustainable enterprises are to be set up.
If you wish to see our small efforts you can go to:
At 4:49am on January 7, 2009, Rock Power Ntumba said…
Hi Andrea ,
Thanks for the invite.I found your website very useful and iteresting with my new appointment as the United Actions Ambassador in the Democratic Republic of Congo with the aim to advance the Millenium Development Goals of UN in the DRC.
Could kindly provide me your personal email so that I can forward some of important documents and useful information.
I would be pleased to collaborate with your organaisation to make a very big difference in DRcongo.
Warm regards ,
At 9:16am on January 7, 2009, DR OLUSEGUN STEPHEN OGIDAN said…
Many thanks Andrea, Keep up the good job. Pls send your personal email to
Dr Steve

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