- Cameroon: Cameroon Anglophone Separatists Stage Attack, Release Disturbing Video(VOA)
- Ethiopia: Partners to Cover 86 Percent Humanitarian Assistance - Commission(Ethiopian Herald)
- Gambia: Golden Bee Revolution Nominated for Humanitarian Global Award(The Point)
- Egypt: President Sisi Directs Armed Forces to Send Medical Aid to Tunisia(Egypt Online)
- Zimbabwe: Mpilo Hospital Gets Support(The Herald)
- Ethiopia: UN Gives U.S.$65 Million in Aid to Ethiopia, Tigray(VOA)
- Egypt: Presidential Decree Approves Fourth Amendment of U.S. Aid Deal(Egypt Online)
- Mozambique: U.S. Humanitarian Aid and Supplies Help Respond to Insecurity in Mozambique(State Department)
- South Sudan: Officials in Jonglei State Accused of Stealing Food Aid(VOA)
- Liberia: China Donates Anti-Epidemic Materials to Liberia(LINA)
Africa: What Does "Wild and Pristine" Really Mean?
Wherever in the world you go looking for "wild and pristine spaces," you encounter evidence of humanity Read more »
December 30, 2020
Africa: Fragile Cities Are Being Inundated With People Fleeing the Impacts of Climate Change. How Can They Cope?
Multi-stakeholder partnerships show promise for helping overwhelmed communities deal with an influx of climate migrants from rural areas. Read more »
September 09, 2020
Africa: These Indigenous Educators Are Bringing Western and Native Science Together in the Classroom
By meshing laboratory science with Traditional Ecological Knowledge, college professors aim to cultivate better environmental decision makers - and decisions. Read more »
August 20, 2020
Africa: Explainer - What Is a Tipping Point, and Why Should I Care?
Our ability to understand and act thoughtfully around this single concept could determine the fate of life on Earth. Read more »
August 13, 2020
Africa: Pandemic Has Revealed Cracks in Foundation of Conventional Conservation Funding. What Should We Do Instead?
With Covid-19 upending conventional sources of conservation funding, conservationists are rethinking how to fund their work. Read more »
August 04, 2020
Africa: Govts Must Support a Just Transition for Oil Workers and Their Communities
As demand for fossil fuel plummets, education, job creation and other support is critical to save millions of oil industry employees and their communities from collapse. Read more »
July 30, 2020
Africa: A Study of Nearly 700 Studies Makes It Clear - Environmental Injustice Is Rampant Around the World
The coronavirus pandemic and resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement have many environmentalists paying attention to the inextricable links between marginalized peoples and… Read more »
July 07, 2020
Africa: Our Old Cellphones, Computers and Appliances Are a Bigger Problem Than Ever. Here's What We Need to Do.
Some things we're glad to see grow: trees, children, our bank account balance, goodwill. But other things, not so much. Read more »
July 01, 2020
Africa: We're Flying Less. and Wild Places That Count On Tourism Dollars Are Starting to Take a Hit.
Rincon del Mar, a beachside hamlet on Colombia's Caribbean coast, is part of a burgeoning industry that is helping to turn the tide for the country's peacetime economy and its… Read more »
May 14, 2020
Africa: Cobalt Is Critical to the Renewable Energy Transition. How Can We Minimize Its Social and Environmental Cost?
Demand for cobalt is expected to soar in coming years as electric vehicles take to roads everywhere. Read more »
November 26, 2019
Africa: What to Expect From the UN's Cop 25 Climate Change Conference
In 2015, 195 countries adopted an international treaty aiming to limit global warming to less than 2 °C (3.6 °F) above average preindustrial temperatures in order to avert… Read more »
November 20, 2019
Africa: How Do We Convince Climate Change Deniers? That's the Wrong Question.
Instead of wasting time trying to convert opponents, we should invest it in motivating passive allies to act. Read more »