Human encroachment is endangering grazing elephants at home in the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro. But neighboring Maasai and safari tour operators are teaming up to protect the animals.
Poachers have their eyes on the grazing elephants at home in the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro. But neighboring Maasai and Safari tour operators are teaming up to protect the animals.
Malaysian officials seized nearly a ton of African pangolin scales at the Kuala Lumpur airport. The mammals are the most trafficked animal in the world, as demand for their scales and meat continues to grow in Asia.
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.
DW's half-hour radio show and podcast Living Planet makes the environment matter to you.
Two Australian surfers are on a mission to stop plastic pollution in the ocean. They've developed a floating trash can that filters and collects garbage that has made its way into the sea.
On this week's eco@africa, we check out vanishing villages in Ghana, a floating trash can combating plastic pollution in the ocean and a biologist fighting hunting with honey. Plus much more!
"For us as a conservation organization, we are not doing conservation for the sake of conservation, for only protecting animals. It's conservation for community benefit." - Michel Masozera, biologist and conservationist
Take a walk in a Berlin park or woodland right now and you'll be met with the familiar, overpowering fragrance of wild garlic. Did you know you can eat it too?
Jordan is a country with extreme living conditions. The knowledge of the Bedouins can help protect the fragile nature.
Two Australian surfers have developed a floating trash can that collects garbage in the ocean.
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