Our oceans are teeming with life.
But such life is also facing pressures: global warming, pollution, overextraction of resources. Here, an automatic compilation of DW content on marine life.
Southwestern Morocco has a huge industrial parc with more than 400 small and medium sized enterprises. 25,000 people are working in agriculture. The companies produce fruits, fish or argan oil. 90 percent of Morocco's agricultural exports come from here. But climate change is a threat for the firms. An insurance against damages through extreme weather may bring support.
Despite the discovery of oil and the abundance of gold and other minerals in Ghana, 1.2 million people are unemployed, most of them young people. So instead of waiting around to get formal employment, some young people have opted to start farming catfish for sale as Maxwell Suuk found out on his recent tour of the coastal belt.