This time, it's cashing in on waste in Nigeria and weather watching to save Ugandan coffee yield.
This week, we meet those cashing in on waste in Nigeria and others who weather watching to save Ugandan coffee yield.
Having spotted the financial potential in waste, a Nigerian initiative has turned ist hand to recycling. But that's not all. The organisers are also teaching others to do the same.
Conservationists are trying to establish a population of European bison in the Carpathian Mountains. But the animals face opposition from local people and attack by wild dogs.
While many West African countries are investing in off-shore oil, Principé is going it alone.
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Traffic in Nairobi can be a nightmare for drivers and the environment. Local filmmaker Abdulgafur Anasi is using videos to encourage drivers to switch off their engines when they hit a jam.
"When we tug a single thing in nature, we find it attached to the rest of the world." - John Muir
Brazil's president has suspended authorization for local processors to import coffee beans from Vietnam.
The leopard’s spectacular pelt has long had a special place in Zulu tradition. To ensure the big cats’ future, conservationists are persuading warriors to switch to fake fur for ceremonial dress.
Around a quarter of Europe’s power comes from nuclear energy, leaving waste that will remain radioactive for 100,000 years. Finland has found an answer to permanently storing this toxic legacy.
Belize has to choose between ecotourism and agriculture and Bali is caught between conservation and island development.
Delhi's menacing monkeys terrorize the city, breaking phones, stealing food and attacking people. A sanctuary set up on the city's outskirts in 2007 to deal with the problem has in some cases actually made it worse.
For anyone in northern Europe where months of white and gray skies have long since lost any appeal they may ever have had, a view like this one of Mount Egmont in New Zealand really is a sight for sore eyes.
Based in Kenya's capital Nairobi, Joy Doreen Biira presents environmental issues and solutions from East Africa.
Based in Lagos, Nigeria, Nneota Egbe presents environmental issues and solutions from West Africa.
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