Armenia's economy depends on agriculture. Grain, fruit and vegetables are grown in the country. Now growers there are switching to organic. Other businesses are becoming more environmentally friendly.
This week on Eco Africa we look at the impacts of droughts in southern African countries and see how a tiny island off the coast of Tanzania with a small population is taking their destiny into their own hands.
Could transforming rubbish management play a role in meeting Rio de Janeiro's carbon net-zero goal? The city is exploring a new way of processing food waste, with a project that's the first of its kind in Latin America.
Rising temperatures and irregular snowfall are impacting the conditions necessary to grow the fruit. In the face of lost business, India's apple farmers are adapting.
Economically, Armenia has never truly recovered from the collapse of the Soviet Union. A third of the population has left since 1991. Environmental concerns had been low on the agenda — until now.
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