Africa: Is Climate Change Driving You to Despair? Read This.
To maintain our capacity to address climate change, we need to recognize and address the trauma it creates. Read more »
Africa: Making It Easier and Safer for Informants to Turn in Wildlife Criminals
With the help of U.S. law and savvy software, the Global Wildlife Whistleblower Program aims to disrupt trafficking around the world Read more »
Africa: How Some African Farmers Are Responding to Climate Change - - and What We Can Learn From Them
Agriculture is being hit hard by drought, but nimble producers are fighting back. Read more »
Africa: We've Done a Good Job of Envisioning a Better World. Now We Need to Build It.
It's time to deliver on the goals we've set for a more peaceful, resilient planet. Read more »
August 22, 2016
Madagascar: Can Madagascar Get Rid of This Troubling Toad Before It's Too Late?
Conservationists seek to eradicate the deadly Asian invader, but finding funds to do so is proving difficult. Read more »
October 14, 2016
East Africa: Nations Pool Intelligence to Thwart Illegal Ocean Fishing
Early in December 2012, a South Korean vessel called the Premier entered the Indian Ocean to fish. In West Africa, authorities knew that the boat had been fishing illegally in… Read more »
August 09, 2016
Africa: We Need a Global Treaty On Plastics. Here's What It Should Look Like.
Plastic pollution is more than an ocean problem, and it's time we treat it as such. Read more »
February 08, 2016
Africa: Is It Time to Rethink Recycling?
If our current approach to recycling isn't the best for the economy or the environment, why do we do it? Read more »
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