DW and Channels TV present smart environmental concepts from Africa and Europe. Watch the show here.
Living with lions on the brink of extinction, and bright eco ideas from energy-saving light bulbs to elephant poo paper.
Nigerians often complain there’s not enough power. Managing its use - for example with energy-saving light bulbs - can mean there’s more to go round.
Two zoologists are working to persuade Masai herdspeople to coexist with the king of beasts - the African lion.
Markus Gastl has created a paradise of biodiversity in southern Germany, where native plants and flowers support a vast range of insect life - in the midst of an environment depleted by agribusiness.
A French mason and a farmer from Burkina Faso have revived an ancient African construction technique using only organic materials. The resulting homes are as elegant as they are eco-friendly.
If you're working on an environmental project, upload your story and you could appear on eco@africa.
“Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson, Transcendentalist poet and essayist
Snow leopards are being killed in large numbers - but not necessarily for the reasons you might suspect.
DW introduces the newest and most fascinating winners of the "Wildlife Photographer of the Year" award. These photos not only show the beauty of nature - they also draw attention to the many threats wild things face.
The construction of a new airport in Turkey is causing problems for the environment and people. Some farmers have been forced to move for the project. Others are staying to fight for their rights.
Across northern Europe the fall season is underway, with deciduous temperate forests turning rich shades of red, gold and yellow.
Clean water is becoming increasingly scarce in Ghana thanks to population growth, agriculture and industry. But three brainy Ghanaian PhD students are working on clever ways to combat the problem.
Paper manufactured from elephant dung provides income for communities living side-by-side with pachyderms – and a product that’s more environmentally friendly than traditional paper.
From phone apps to slum toilets – Living Planet takes a look at innovative solutions to tackling waste and pollution.
Based in Kenya's capital Nairobi, Edith Kimani 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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