Architect Chinwe Ohajuruka's eco village in Nigeria could become a model to help ease the country's housing crisis.
On this week's eco@africa, we see how climate change can promote democracy, find a good use for coffee grounds and visit an architect who is reviving an ancient African construction technique. All this and more!
On this week's eco@africa, we meet Nigerians striving for sustainability, German farmers using ancient Amazonian techniques, and Ugandan school children getting green-fingered with urban farming projects at school.
Nneota Egbe has spent the past eightyears as an anchor, reporter and producer for Channels Television in Lagos, Nigeria. Sharon Momanyi is currently working with KTN as a reporter and anchor in Nairobi, Kenya.
DW's half-hour radio show and podcast Living Planet makes the environment matter to you.
Politicians and finance industry representatives are meeting to discuss how to promote green investments to fight global climate change. The summit is taking place on the second anniversary of the Paris climate accord.
A polar bear can barely walk through an Arctic landscape almost void of ice. The photographer has said his team members were "pushing through their tears" to film the scene.
On this week's eco@africa, we see how reusable sanitary pads are helping Nigerian schoolgirls stay in school, we sit on burning tires in Niger and visit the guardian of Tsavo National Park in Kenya.
We often think species that exist only in small numbers are also in danger of going extinct. But it seems being rare is not always a bad thing.
New Zealand's endangered kea is the world's only alpine parrot. Did you know that it's big enough to hunt for sheep?
This week on eco@africa: massive moorlands in Congo, baboon break-ins and traditional African veggies.
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