The coronavirus crisis severely impacted South Africa's largest bird reserve World of Birds when a lack of tourists hit its finances. While lockdown restrictions may have eased, the effects are still being felt.
This week on Eco Africa we learn how to turn plastic trash into marble, follow a conservation group saving rhinos from becoming the target of poachers and meet an artist who uses his work to campaign for the oceans.
This week on Eco Africa we visit Senkelle Swayne's Hartebeest Sanctuary in Ethiopia, learn how to make art by recycling old mobile phones and meet Modou Fall, a tireless anti-plastic campaigner in Senegal.
On this week's Eco Africa, we check out how South Africa's biggest bird reserve is struggling with the impact of the corona crisis, slam dunking the junk in Senegal and turning plastic waste into face masks in Uganda.
Lockdown restrictions in places like India, Pakistan and Nepal have forced many to turn to poaching of wild animals and illegal animal trade for sustenance and as a source of income. Tanika Godbole reports.
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