In this edition of eco@africa, we meet young Ghanaians trying to get on top of their country's waste problems, and visit a school in Morocco where girls are learning how to grow and use plants native to their region.
Coal ash sites and hog farms are overflowing from Hurricane Florence, echoing the environmental chaos when chemical plants flooded during Hurricane Harvey. How can these such health risks be managed as hurricanes grow?
Fast fashion churns environmental destruction as fast as seasonal trends. So how does sustainability become trendy? As anything does in 2018: on Instagram, one fashion blogger tells DW.
With its stunning beaches, the Indonesian island of Bali draws tourists from around the world. But plastics are spoiling the view, spurring locals to take action — from production to disposal.
Police have resumed efforts to clear treehouses in Hambach Forest. It comes after thousands on Sunday demonstrated against energy giant RWE's plan to fell more trees to expand its coal mine there.
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