An Abuja radio campaign is encouraging listeners to recycle, go green and think responsibly about waste, though drama and skits with an eco-friendly message.
Recycling is on the curriculum in Nigeria, where the #WeSeparateWaste project is teaching why waste management matters and showing pupils how to get creative with trash.
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.
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?
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Meet a man who's doing his bit for the environment by digging holes in urban India. It might sound unlikely, but it's helping to prevent both flooding and drought. Welcome to the world of the recharge well.
If you're looking for a DIY way to avoid any lunchtime packaging waste, here's an idea for you. All you need is an old plastic bag, an old t-shirt or such like, and a few minutes at a sewing machine. Easy.
Norway takes electric strides toward carbon neutrality, Kenya looks to micro-solar to meet its growing energy demands, and why climate change is a gender issue.
Without access to clean drinking water, millions of Ugandans buy water in plastic bottles, resulting in mountains of trash. In one village, women have found a way to turn the empty bottles into a building material.
Protecting biodiversity and ensuring sustainable food production: that’s Joshua Konkankoh’s mission. His eco village combines local materials with permaculture techniques to create a community space fit for the future.
The half-hour radio show and podcast Living Planet makes the environment matter to you.
We can survive for weeks without food - but without water? That's a different story. Yet all over the world, people and wildlife alike are having to cope without it. We take a look at the devastating impact of drought.
Across the globe, 1.8 billion people rely on water sources contaminated with feces. To mark World Water Day we look at a solution that could improve health in Bangladesh by safely recycling waste.
Though we see them every day, clouds remain such a mystery to scientists that they are inhibiting climate change predictions. But a new atlas could be a game changer.
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