Hardwood Charcoal production.
Namibia, once a lush and large Savannah covered country, has turned into a dense, bush encroached land.
This poses great danger to the modern Namibian farmer as fewer heads of cattle can be kept per hectare. This leads to an increase in beef prices in South Africa and in Namibia, therefore making it rather expensive for a large part of the nation to afford.
This also leads to the decrease of numerous Savannah thriving animal species. Therefore tourism decreases, leaving numerous people in a poverty stricken position.
With our idea of converting the intruder bush to Charcoal, in an environmental friendly way, the Namibian grasslands can be converted back to their former glory, while employment is created. The prices of beef will decrease and so will the price of charcoal, and therefore people across South Africa and Namibia will benifit.