In this edition of eco@africa we explore the little sun that is giving light and hope to tens of thousands, get our hands dirty in the German forest, and discover a green malaria remedy.
Turning trash into art in Zimbabwe, fighting corruption in Nigeria, transporting cool goods and photographing grasslands! All this and much more on the latest eco@africa.
On this week's eco@africa, we see how Nigeria is dealing with its e-trash, visit wind farms in the Cape Verde islands and a conservationist in Rwanda who is looking after gorillas. All this and much more!
Some 1.3 million people rely on expensive and toxic kerosene lamps for light after sundown. Danish-Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson has come up with an alternative in the form of a solar-powered lamp.
A new solar power plant is lighting up the lives of thousands of Syrian refugees - and could be the start of a new green energy transition in Jordan.
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