For Nigerian artist and musician Stanley Aneto, creativity is key to spreading his message about protecting the environment. With catchy tunes and stunning pictures, he uses entertainment to educate others.
This week, nature meets culture! We get creative with a Nigerian artist, discover scrap metal sculptures in Kenya, admire eco furniture in Europe, and dance to environmental rap in Ghana!
This week on Eco Africa we learn how to turn plastic trash into marble, follow a conservation group saving rhinos from becoming the target of poachers and meet an artist who uses his work to campaign for the oceans.
This week on Eco Africa we visit Senkelle Swayne's Hartebeest Sanctuary in Ethiopia, learn how to make art by recycling old mobile phones and meet Modou Fall, a tireless anti-plastic campaigner in Senegal.
On this week's Eco Africa, we check out the revolution in urban agriculture in Nigeria, the city dwellers turning to artisanal cheese making in Poland, and how herders in South Africa are boosting biodiversity.
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