Fighting a dangerous beauty, turning the tide on erosion and reviving a living fossil. Plus, Senegal's president talks about his country's green ambitions.
In Kenya, floods and landslides killed around 100 people and displaced nearly 300,000 between March and May 2018. Smallholder farmers along the Upper Tana River basin are now investing in bamboo trees to curb floods.
Two African countries try to beat back rising sea levels, Senegal's president talks green energy and a prehistoric fish makes a comeback in Germany. All this and much more on this week's eco@africa.
Seeds modified in a lab are often touted as a means to boost agriculture and food security in Africa. There is some resistance on the continent and debate on preserving its traditional seed base instead.
This week we visit land that survived tin mining to become a biodiversity oasis, explore stove technology in Kenya, join kids learning about reforestation in Uganda and meet Germans who have decided to go vegan.
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