Luanda is represented by Adriano Mendes de Carvalho
Read about him here
Luanda is the capital city of Angola. It is the country’s most populous city, primary port and a major industrial, cultural, urban and administrative centre.
It has a metropolitan population of over 6 million and is the world's third most populous Portuguese-speaking city.
The city has been developing sustainability projects in the form of an integrated social project that provides access to energy and water, health and capacity building, for two communities of the provinces of Huíla and Namibe, designed by ENI Angola, as well as a photovoltaic solar plant for the Kilunda Health Centre.
Angola is also promoting a zero-discharge policy for the oil sector. Pioneered by ENI, the process involves the collection of all waste water and Oil Based Mud (OBM) drill cuttings on-board the drilling rigs into dedicated tanks and skips and delivery to shore based (authorized) treatment and disposal facilities.
Luanda and Angola is an example of how one can be environmentally sustainable while becoming enriched by oil.