Yacouba Sawadogo started planting trees in northern Burkina Faso in 1980 to stop desertification. Now at 80 he has won the Right Livelihood award and looks back to see the fruits of his labor.
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On this edition of Eco Africa we use some eco-friendly soap from the Cape Verde Islands, vacuum up plastic on South Africa's beaches and see how a group is trying to bring migratory birds back to Burkina Faso.
On this edition of Eco Africa we see how a group is trying to bring migratory birds back to Burkina Faso, use some eco-friendly soap from the Cape Verde Islands and vacuum up plastic on South Africa's beaches.
On this week's Eco Africa, we learn how volunteers are helping the tiny island of Kokota replant trees and revive its unique river system. We also see how to get kids to school on two wheels in South Africa.
On this edition of Eco Africa we see how a Kenyan neighborhood organization is helping to make sure freshly hatched turtles reach the ocean and learn how to make a cycling helmet out of mushrooms.
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