Here's what Nelson Mandela can teach us about modern sustainability

Former South African President Nelson Mandela meets with students who have been awarded the Nelson Mandela the Nelson Mandela children's fund office in Houghton-Johannesburg in this January 31, 2006 file photo. Mandela, affectionately known as "Tata" or grandfather, celebrated a quiet 88th birthday with his family on July 18, 2006 as South Africans wished the anti-apartheid hero many more birthdays to come.  REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko/Files (SOUTH AFRICA)

The rest is history. Image: REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Ryan O’Keeffe
Director of Communications, Enel
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