A startup in Abidjan is showing young creative people how to turn electronic waste into something innovative to give it a new life. In many cases the objects can simply be repaired and reused.
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On this edition of Eco Africa we see how a Kenyan neighborhood organization is helping to make sure freshly hatched turtles reach the ocean and learn how to make a cycling helmet out of mushrooms.
On this week's Eco Africa, we meet two brothers in Ghana who are focusing on upcycling and sustainable fashion, follow female Masai zebra trackers in Kenya and see how bacteria can break down disposable plastic.
On this week's Eco Africa, we learn how farmers in Namibia are keeping cheetahs away from livestock, see how popcorn can be used as a natural substitute to polystyrene, and shine a light on the solar energy revolution.
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