Preserving food can use a lot of energy. But the Zimbabwean Solar Dryer means fruit, vegetables and even meat can be kept and used in the future - without running up the power bill.
On this week's eco@africa, we meet a young Tanzanian innovator working to solve the country's energy problem with windmills, rescue food from the waste bin in Greece and help save the mangroves which save Libreville.
On this week's eco@africa, creeping and crawling in Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park, reducing food waste with solidarity fridges in France and the Wash King of Ghana. Have a look for all this and more!
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Preserving food is tricky and uses a lot of energy. But with ecologist Newton Spice's Zimbabwean Solar Dryer, surplus fruit, vegetables and even meat can be kept and used in the future – without running up a power bill.
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