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Eco Africa

Ancient Green Architecture in Egypt

Egypt’s hot and dry desert climate can reach temperatures up to 50° C. Relying on traditional knowledge, an architect is building green energy-efficient, affordable homes.


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Tracking the world’s largest turtles

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Zimbabwe loses 260,000 hectares of forest annually. Once a year, the group Friends of the Environment organizes a multi-day walk across the country, planting trees along the way.



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