Former Cameroonian football legend Roger Milla has swapped the soccer pitch for an innovative recycling plant. Located in the capital Yaounde, his new venture turns plastic waste into paving tiles and building materials.
We find eco inspiration in Kenya’s recycled pencils and the Berlin restaurant serving up food that was headed for the trash. Plus, will Zulu warriors switch to fake fur to save the leopard?
Tanzanian eco warriors use modern tech to save an ancient way of life, a German company wants us to eat off leaves instead of plastic and Norwegians fight for clean seas. This and more on Eco@Africa.
In Cameroon's Korup National Park, groups are seeking to overcome the 'conservation or communities' conundrum by promoting sustainable forestry and wildlife management. But it's no easy task.
Community activist Joshua Konkankoh wants to bring green, sustainable development to Cameroon and the world. His starting point? An ecovillage in the rural area he grew up in that wants to connect people to their roots.
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