Blast fishing in Tanzania, a chimp sanctuary in Lake Victoria and sustainable farming in Benin.
Join our hosts Joy Doreen Biira and Nneota Egbe for this week's reports on environmental issues and smart eco solutions.
Benin vet Michel Babadjide’s sustainable animal husbandry ensures food security for local farmers. It’s finally being taken seriously by science and catching on in villages around the country.
Blast fisherman off the coast of Tanzania are reducing coral reefs that teamed with life to rubble.
WeAreM.A.D. (Making A Difference), doesn’t just clear dumpsites and tackle environmental sanitation. It also fights unemployment and gender inequality by helping women start their own businesses.
If you're working on an environmental project, upload your story and you could appear on eco@africa.
Taka Taka Solutions brings recycling to Kenyan communities, companies, schools and private homes.
"The good man is the friend of all living things." - Mahatma Gandhi
The EU is a hub for illegal trade routes of illicit wildlife products like ivory.
Residents of Feldheim, a village south of Berlin, decided to go off grid and produce their own energy for wind, sun and biogas. Their solution is now a role model for communities around the world.
We spoke to Leef founder Claudio Fritz-Vietta about the carbon footprint of leaf plates made in India.
Uganda’s Ngamba Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary in Lake Victoria is a safe haven orphaned chimpanzees that also fights hunting, educates the public and offers ecotourism.
What might Donald Trump's presidency mean for US climate policy? As hop farmers feel the heat from climate change, scientists demand action on Arctic at the World Economic Forum. Plus, how art is being used to illuminate renewable energy efforts in Africa.
Icebergs have a haunting beauty. But their striking sculptural forms can belie a sinister process. Global warming means glacial giants that once saw all seasons through are being hewn away by warming waters.
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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