When it's finished, the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam will be Africa's largest hydroelectric plant. But not everyone is happy about its construction.
We're in Ethiopia to find out how a dam project is affecting the ecosystem around the Omo River. Plus: creative recycling in Nigerian schools and the fight to save Africa's tallest tree.
In an exclusive interview with DW, Kenya's Environment Minister discusses the country's approach to climate change and explains how developing infrastructure and protecting biodiversity can go hand in hand.
Green safaris in Botswana, forest honey in Cameroon and tracking lions in Nairobi. All this and much more on this week's eco@africa.
DW's half-hour radio show and podcast Living Planet makes the environment matter to you.
As the world population grows, new sources of protein are needed. Does the answer lie in insects?
Join us as we take a look through the lens at some environmental events from around the world over the past week, including rights for two Indian rivers, a fish out of water and the crippling effects of drought.
Poisonings, robberies and smuggling: Ever since white truffles became more valuable than gold, Italy's truffle collectors have been at war with each other.
Plastic straws – we use them once and throw them away. But a women's initiative in Uganda is breathing new life into discarded straws by turning them into hats, bags and bracelets.
Meet the inimitable Ed Franklin Gavua, a man with an imagination as colorful as his waste-based masks.
Whale-friendly whale watching and creative recycling in Nigerian schools this week on eco@africa.
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