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Gabon: Gabon Appoints British-Born White Minister of Forests
The British environmentalist Lee White has been appointed Gabon's new forestry minister, charged with fighting a high profile wood smuggling scandal. Read more »
Africa: Gabon Appoints British-Born White Minister of Forests
The British environmentalist Lee White has been appointed Gabon's new forestry minister, charged with tackling a high profile wood smuggling scandal. Read more »
Africa: Saving Golden Monkeys Through Face Recognition
A British primatologist has been working with scientists in the US to develop a facial recognition app that will help her and others research and protect rare golden monkeys in… Read more »
Africa: Africa Calls for Climate Justice As Green Wave Sweeps Europe
As a wave of public consciousness concerning the environment sweeps across Europe, African cities are hoping this will translate into greater equality when it comes to fighting… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Govt Offers Elephants and Ivory to China
Is debt-ridden Zimbabwe under pressure to hand its elephants and ivory to China as collateral? Read more »
Africa: Building Tolerance Towards Elephants Through Empowering Local Communities
African elephant (Loxodonta africana) in the Chobe National Park, Botswana. (Stacy Howell) Read more »
Africa: The Goat-Guarding Dogs Helping to Save an Endangered African Cheetah
Dogs chase cats, don't they? A conservation group in Botswana has come up with an innovative way to protect the country's endangered cheetah population, using specially-trained… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Rising Sports Stars Undaunted by Cyclone Horror
A 17-year-old golfer in Zimbabwe is lucky to be alive after surviving Cyclone Idai. He is hoping to put the episode behind him when his team plays in a tournament this month. Read more »
Zimbabwe: Deforestation Seen as Aggravating Flood Crisis
Boulders as big as motor cars were dislodged in Zimbabwe's eastern Rusitu Valley by Cyclone Idai, sending a deadly torrent down a river and wiping out 160 houses in its path. The… Read more »
Mozambique: Waterborne Disease Threatens Relief Efforts in Cyclone-Hit Mozambique
Survivors of devastating Cyclone Idai that hit southern Africa face an increasing risk of waterborne disease as relief efforts begin to reach remote areas of Mozambique. The UN has… Read more »
Southern Africa: Southern Africa Cyclone Toll Climbs, Hundreds of Thousands in Need of Aid
Some 15,000 people are in need of rescue in Mozambique after Cyclone Idai slammed into southeast Africa last week. Hundreds of thousands more have been affected in Zimbabwe and… Read more »
Africa: Asian Consumers, Criminal Gangs Drive Rhino Poaching in Africa
Highly sophisticated criminal gangs in Asia are making it more difficult for African authorities to combat rhino horn trafficking, with high demand in Vietnam and China from… Read more »
Zimbabwe: 'Hundreds Missing' As Cyclone Idai Batters Zimbabwe
As many as 100 people are reportedly missing in Zimbabwe following a cyclone that has killed at least 24 people. Read more »
Africa: UN Calls for Waste Clampdown At Key Summit
The United Nations has urged world leaders meeting in Nairobi for the body's fourth environment assembly to take concrete action to curb food and plastic waste, amid damning… Read more »
Kenya: Matatu Anger Forces Kenya to Abandon Nairobi Car-Free Project.
Kenya shelves Nairobi car-free days project beacuse of poor preparation. Read more »
Africa: Yellow Vest Riots Leave Africans in Doubt About Climate Action
Among the least responsible, but definitely vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, Africans are expecting concrete action from the Cop24 conference in Poland. Yet a… Read more »
Zimbabwe: Outrage Over Killing of Elephant With Research Collar
A magnificent elephant bull has been shot dead by a Russian hunter in south-eastern Zimbabwe, just outside a national park, even though the animal was wearing a collar for research… Read more »
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