Oluwaseun Oguntuase is an impact driven scholar-practitioner. His research is at the crossroad between sustainable finance, transition to climate resilient low-carbon economy, and commercialization of science for common good. Oluwaseun has contributed to two encyclopediae on the SDGs and group review of the Second Order Draft of the Working Group II contribution to the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report (AR6). He is a frequent opinion contributor to The Africa Report. All his activities are ultimately aimed at achieving sustainable development and livelihoods in our resource-constrained planet.
Oguntuase O. 2021. “Green Bonds and Green Buildings: New Options for Achieving Sustainable Development in Nigeria,” In: Nubi TG, Anderson I, Lawanson T, Oyalowo B, eds. Housing and SDGs in Urban Africa. Advances in 21st Century Human Settlements. Springer Singapore; 2021.
Oluwaseun J. Oguntuase. 2021. “Africa, the 2030 Agenda and Agenda 2063: The imperative of transnational governance.” In Institution Development for Sustainable and Inclusive Economic Growth in Africa, IGI Global (2021).
Oluwaseun J. Oguntuase. 2020. “Climate Change, Credit Risk and Financial Stability,” IntechOpen (October 2020).
Oluwaseun J. Oguntuase. 2020. “Role of Transnational Multi-stakeholder Partnerships in Achieving Sustainable Development Goals.” In Partnerships for the Goals Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, Springer, Cham (September 2020).
Oluwaseun J. Oguntuase & Oluwatosin B. Adu. 2020. “Bioeconomy as Climate Action: How ready are African Countries?” In African Handbook of Climate Change Adaptation, Springer, Cham (June 2020).
“Africa: Now is the time to unite and prepare for climate action!,” Oluwaseun Oguntuase. The Africa Report. March 15, 2021.
“Africa: Climate change and sustainable development must be a two-way street,” Oguntuase O. The Africa Report. December 10, 2020.
“Africa’s Central Banks play key role in achieving Agendas 2030 & 2063,” Oluwaseun Oguntuase. The Africa Report. November 6, 2020.
“Africa’s path toward energy security is away from fossil fuels,” Oluwaseun J. Oguntuase, The Africa Report, October 19, 2020.