Dolphins are being washed up dead on the Black Sea coast in alarming numbers. Environmentalists blame illegal fishing with gillnets. Fishermen say dolphins destroy their nets deplete fish stocks.
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On this week's Eco Africa, we learn how volunteers are helping the tiny island of Kokota replant trees and revive its unique river system. We also see how to get kids to school on two wheels in South Africa.
On this special edition of Africa we take a closer look at the extinction of different animal and plant species from South Africa and Kenya to Tunisia and even Germany and how that impacts biodiversity.
On this week's Eco Africa, we visit a man in Ghana who is showing former hunters how to get back to a balanced ecosystem, meet a Masai climate change warrior, and try out backpacks made from pineapples and cacti.
On this week's Eco Africa, find out why Rwanda is restocking its lakes with native fish, get to know the Ghanaian schoolgirls fighting plastic waste, and meet the eco activist whose work has saved lives in Kenya.
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