Permaculture Could Save Togo's Coastline

Man-made coastal erosion has reached alarming proportions in Togo. It is threatening the future of two major cities, Lome and Aneho, the current and former capitals, as well as dozens of fishing villages, writes Deutsche Welle.

  • Togo:   Nation's Battle With Coastal Erosion

    DW, 17 April 2017

    Togo is seeking outside assistance to stop it losing territory to the sea. Houses and roads are disappearing. Physical defenses can help, but they, too, are open to attack from the… Read more »


Coastal erosion.

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