On this week's eco@africa, we check out vanishing villages in Ghana, a floating trash can combating plastic pollution in the ocean and a biologist fighting hunting with honey. Plus much more!
This week's eco@africa is jam-packed full of environmental news and green ideas. We kick off in Cape Verde, a country off Africa's west coast struggling to deal with water scarcity.
After that we find out how you could help with reforestation projects in Africa with the click of a button and then we head to Rwanda where this week's eco hero is fighting to save the wildlife there with honey and holidaymakers.
Next up, we check out the floating trash can developed by two Ozzie surfers to collect garbage that has made its way into the ocean.
In the Balkans, we look at efforts to save one of the world's rarest big cats and then go to Ghana where people living along the coast are already living with the very real consequences of climate change.
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