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  • 02:47 Nigeria Clean Bio - Fuel To Save Women Lives

    Nigeria Clean Bio - Fuel To Save Women Lives

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    A Nigerian startup is producing green energy from local flora, providing communities with an environmentally friendly, healthier and more affordable fuel option. The company hopes the bio-fuel will replace dangerous smokes and gases currently used in many

  • 05:09 Conserving Forests To Reduce Carbon Emissions In Uganda

    Conserving Forests To Reduce Carbon Emissions In Uganda

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    Conserving forests is a crucial part of reducing emissions if we are to avoid consequences of climate change such as floods, drought, food shortages and species extinction.

  • 02:57 Egypt Ship Makers Face Tough Political And Operating Environment

    Egypt Ship Makers Face Tough Political And Operating Environment

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    The ship making business in Egypt is troubled after political instability in the Middle East and new government policies significantly hampered sales. Ship makers in Alexandria are now in the unenviable position of having to find other ways of making ends

  • 02:17 Climate Change Is Having A Devastating Effect On Zimbabwe

    Climate Change Is Having A Devastating Effect On Zimbabwe

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    Climate change is having a devastating effect on Zimbabwe's agricultural sector. The country's Meteorological Department has warned of the likelihood of below normal rainfall from October to December marked by a late start to the rainy season. The news is

  • 02:35 Zimbabwe's 100 Day Plan To Improve Business Environment

    Zimbabwe's 100 Day Plan To Improve Business Environment

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    Zimbabwe has committed to improving its business environment over the next 100 days in a bid to change its perception among foreign investors. The country unveiled the programme at the conclusion of a visit by a team from the International Monetary Fund.

  • 02:04 Pressure On Nairobi National Park As The City Expands

    Pressure On Nairobi National Park As The City Expands

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    Kenya boasts one of the largest wildlife Conservation parks just minutes out of its busy capital. At the Nairobi National Park, lions, rhinos and other wildlife roam just 10 kilometres from downtown Nairobi. For decades, the animals and the city have live

  • 02:52 Conservationists Warn That Drilling Oil Will Hurt Uganda

    Conservationists Warn That Drilling Oil Will Hurt Uganda

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    There are fears that Uganda's ongoing oil and gas exploration and extraction activities could be jeopardizing the country's pristine wildlife sanctuaries. Conservationists are worried about climate and environmental changes arising from oil exploration an

  • 02:38 South Africa El-nino Concerns

    South Africa El-nino Concerns

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    South Africa is facing its worst drought in 30 years. Hot and dry weather conditions brought about by the el Nino weather phenomenon, has resulted in severe water shortages and food production, has been badly affected. 5 of the country's 9 provinces have

  • 01:46 Zimbabwe's Environmental Conservation Efforts Receives A Boost

    Zimbabwe's Environmental Conservation Efforts Receives A Boost

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    Zimbabwe's Hwange Sanyati Biological corridor project which is located in the north-western side of Zimbabwe recently received equipment for parks and wildlife rangers. The equipment was channeled as part of the 5.8 million grant from the Global Environme

  • 03:09 The Seychelles Ranks First On Environmental Performance Index

    The Seychelles Ranks First On Environmental Performance Index

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    Millions worldwide suffer air pollution - and in some cities, it's dangerous to go out unless you're wearing a mask. But off the coast of Africa, there's a place you can go with no such worries. In fact, the Seychelles officially has the cleanest air on t

  • 02:23 Nairobi Struggling With Environmental Challenges

    Nairobi Struggling With Environmental Challenges

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    As a venue for the UNEA summit, Kenya is a very good case study to show environmental challenges.The people here daily grapple with many of the issues on the UN's agenda. The country's capital, Nairobi, could be a casebook study of environmental challenge

  • 02:23 Nairobi Struggling With Environmental Challenges

    Nairobi Struggling With Environmental Challenges

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    As a venue for the UNEA summit, Kenya is a very good case study to show environmental challenges.The people here daily grapple with many of the issues on the UN's agenda. The country's capital, Nairobi, could be a casebook study of environmental challenge

  • 03:08 The Seychelles Ranks First On Environmental Performance Index

    The Seychelles Ranks First On Environmental Performance Index

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    A story for anyone who is worried about the air they breath. Millions worldwide suffer air pollution - and in some cities, it's dangerous to go out unless you're wearing a mask. But off the coast of Africa, there's a place you can go with no such worries.

  • 02:29 #COP22: Africans Voice Their Expectations Ahead Of COP22

    #COP22: Africans Voice Their Expectations Ahead Of COP22

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    Key meetings at the COP22 in Morocco will be watched carefully by the African continent. Many have been speaking out about their expectations for COP-22. Take a look.

  • 03:04 Climate Change Threatens Food Production Across Nigeria

    Climate Change Threatens Food Production Across Nigeria

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    Most parts of Africa are witnessing severe drought and torrential rainfall. In Nigeria for instance, the pace of desert encroachment in the country's far north is becoming very alarming while the south of the country continues to witness unusually torrent

  • 07:21 Artists From Around The World Display Effects Of  Climate Change

    Artists From Around The World Display Effects Of Climate Change

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    Artists from around the world display effects of climate change at the on-going COP22 summit in the Moroccan city of Marrakech

  • 02:22 Senegalese Entrepreneurs Set Up Eco-friendly Car Wash

    Senegalese Entrepreneurs Set Up Eco-friendly Car Wash

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    Access to water isn't something to be taken for granted in many parts of Africa. Wastage is frowned upon and tasks that require copious amounts of water like washing cars can be a challenge. Not so for two young Senegalese, who've set up an eco-friendly c

  • 02:01 Young Tanzanians Make Their Voices Heard

    Young Tanzanians Make Their Voices Heard

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    A network of young reporters in Tanzania is making radio and television news programmes about health, education and the environment. The children and teenagers interview leaders, their parents and people who live in the areas around them, to make their vo

  • 00:30 Firefighters Manage To Contain Table Mountain Blaze

    Firefighters Manage To Contain Table Mountain Blaze

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    Firefighters have battled to get a fire on the lower slopes of Table Mountain in the city of Cape Town, under control. They struggled to contain the fires in Vredehoek and Oranjezicht areas as strong winds fanned the flames. Helicopters water bombed areas

  • 02:14 Lake Victoria Risks Drying Up Due To Pollution

    Lake Victoria Risks Drying Up Due To Pollution

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    Ugandan scientists are warning that the world's second-largest fresh water lake, Lake Victoria is at risk of drying up due to over-fishing and water pollution. Experts are calling for concerted efforts to save the lake, which straddles Kenya, Uganda and T