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If he was working a few years ago, 36-year-old Bomani Mohammed would be cutting Kenya’s mangroves and selling them for charcoal or for timber. Instead, he earns a living by growing them. This resident of Gasi Bay, located on Kenya’s ...

George Magomu is a Ugandan elementary school teacher turned charcoal producer. He buys and transports charcoal from Eastern and northern Uganda to the border district of Busia, where he can trade it.  Like Magomu, many charcoal traders interviewed by Climate ...

Nothando Siziba and her neighbors have resorted to using gas or firewood for cooking, a carbon intensive energy source. Like her, many people in poverty in the country have faced restrictions to their energy consumption after a spike in electricity ...

Lesotho's wool and mohair industry adapts to climate changes with the climate-smart Wool and Mohair Promotion Project, amid COVID-19. ...

As climate change intensifies cyclones in Zimbabwe, the country faces lacks enough funds to implement adaptation measures. ...

Coastal floods in Nigeria threaten coastal villages near the Niger Delta, where people have had to be displaced. ...

Lesotho's current land legislation dates back to 1969. The African country is now seeking to update it to face climate change. ...

Cameroon’s coastal waters have been invaded by three of the world’s most dangerous water weeds, proving an existential threat to aquatic ecosystems and livelihoods of riparian communities. The latest of these weeds, Salvinia molesta, is a free-floating, green-brown freshwater fern with branching ...

The 2020 oil crisis hit both Russia and Nigeria. The oil-producing countries now have an opportunity to develop more sustainable relations. ...

Young artists in Kenya are using recycled plastic from Nairobi's slums to create works and tackle pollution. ...