Urbanization is growing rapidly across the world. But towns and cities are increasingly vulnerable to extreme weather caused by climate change. But trees and plants can help reduce the risks.
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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.
On this week's Eco Africa, we look into sustainable forestry practices in Ghana, meet a tireless anti-plastic campaigner in Senegal and learn to love Kenya's endangered vultures.
Artificial light revolutionized life on earth. But as our nights grow increasingly bright, its negative impacts are becoming ever more visible on our health and on nature.
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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