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Africa's Environment - A Lost Paradise Under Threat

Listeners' reactions

"I really think the topic that dealt with the pollution created from people’s garbage thrown into the sea is very interesting. That is really one of the problems seriously affecting the African continent – and São Tomé and Príncipe is no exception. I hope that you will take up subjects like these in the next series of Learning by Ear to communicate these messages further, particularly in Africa."
(Adilson Castro, Budo-Budo, São Tomé and Príncipe)

"I find the new series of Learning by Ear radio dramas very apt – because here in Angola we’ve seen a great deal of environmental destruction, even though our nation is wealthy compared to other African countries. I am convinced that learning is the key: with educated young people, the future is in safe hands."
(Figueiredo Cassinda, Huambo, Angola)

"Before the presentation of the Learning by Ear episode, on how to process polythene waste and the bad effects on the environment, that improper disposal causes, I presumed that there is nothing which is not degradable, once buried in the soil. Sincerely, this programme is entertaining and really satisfying us. We are hoping that our leaders would enact a law controlling all polythene producing industries. The people should learn to use and dispose polythene materials in a proper way."

(Haruna Ibrahim Wanzam, Ghana)

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