Green Habitat Initiative (GHI) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting environmental sustainability in Nigeria. Our mission is to support the promotion, adoption and implementation of sustainable policies and frameworks in order to protect and conserve our environment. The current focus of our mission is on Sustainable Development Goal number 11, sustainable cities and communities.

Green Habitat Initiative is registered as “Green Habitat Sustainable Development Initiative” with the Corporate Affairs Commission under Part ‘C’ of the Companies and Allied Matters Act, No. 1 of 1990 of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, as a nongovernmental and nonprofit organization.

Founder’s of Green Habitat Initiative:

sadaSada Haruna  is the IT strategist at GHI and a contributor to the blog. He is a PhD student in the department of Environmental Engineering at the University of Ottawa. His current research focuses on safe disposal of toxic mine wastes and remains an ardent advocate of environmental sustainability. He enjoys reading and programs at his leisure time. Follow him on Twitter @H_Sadah


IMG_0004 copyAbdulmumin Tanko is in charge of outreach on our social media channels. He has a master’s degree in Civil Engineering with an insatiable desire for research and writing. A staunch environmental enthusiast and a fervent campaigner for environmental consciousness, he works to break the silence and end the nescience, largely responsible for environmental indiscretion. . He believes that a serene and safer environment begins with YOU. Follow him on Twitter @Tikaysmalls


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Sadiq Abubakar Gulma steers the organizational mission of GHI as the Chief Director. He is a member of the Green Talents International Forum for High Potentials in Sustainable Development, a LEED accredited professional and has a master’s degree in Environmental Engineering. His research interest and work lie in investigating and improving the thermal conditions of urban built environments. Follow him on Twitter @SadiqGulma