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Africa faces an uphill battle against western emissions to combat climate change
Africa faces an uphill battle against western emissions to combat climate change

COP26 concluded with 197 countries agreeing to the Glasgow climate pact, but opinions on the summit's success are polarised...

By Margaret Kadiri 18 Jan 2022

UN WFP, Impact Hub Kigali launch programme to support food system innovations in Rwanda
UN WFP, Impact Hub Kigali launch programme to support food system innovations in Rwanda

The UN WFP and Impact Hub Kigali are launching the Ignite Food Systems Challenge in Rwanda to help tackle food systems challenges...

7 Jan 2022

Tools of the water stewardship trade - a global perspective
Tools of the water stewardship trade - a global perspective

Led by NBI water and sustainable finance lead Alex McNamara, a panel of global experts shared their thoughts at the 7th Water Stewardship Conference

Sindy PetersBy Sindy Peters 3 Dec 2021

Africa's glaciers to melt, millions of poor face drought, floods, UN says
Africa's glaciers to melt, millions of poor face drought, floods, UN says

Africa's eastern glaciers will vanish in two decades, 118 million poor people face immanent drought, floods or extreme heat, and climate change could...

By Tim Cocks 19 Oct 2021

A new type of black gold in Nigeria: used car tyres
A new type of black gold in Nigeria: used car tyres

In Nigeria, a country heavily reliant on revenues from its oil exports, entrepreneur Ifedolapo Runsewe has identified another type of black gold: used car tyres...

By Fikayo Owoeye and Seun Sanni 14 Oct 2021

Lagos has a water and sanitation crisis: what the state and city can do
Lagos has a water and sanitation crisis: what the state and city can do

As with many cities in developing countries, Nigeria's most densely populated city lacks an adequate water supply and sanitation essential for the health of all people...

By Oluwole Daramola 22 Sep 2021

How climate change contributed to Madagascar's food crisis
How climate change contributed to Madagascar's food crisis

The UN says Madagascar could experience the world's first "climate change famine". Climate hazard scientist, Chris Funk, provides insights into the causes...

By Chris Funk 14 Sep 2021

COP26: How the world will measure progress on the Paris climate agreement and keep countries accountable
COP26: How the world will measure progress on the Paris climate agreement and keep countries accountable

All countries will have to work together and take bold actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and demonstrate that their emissions are declining if we are to meet the Paris Agreement goal of keeping the global temperature rise to no more than 1.5...

By Steven Lam, Sherilee Harper and Warren Dodd 2 Sep 2021

Use of leaded petrol eliminated in 'milestone' for health and environment, UN says

Leaded petrol has been eliminated after the world's last remaining stocks were used up last month, the UN's Environment Programme (Unep) said on Monday, 30 August...

By Emma Rumney 31 Aug 2021

How students can use storytelling to bring the dangers of climate change to life
How students can use storytelling to bring the dangers of climate change to life

It is vital to give as many people as possible the tools with which to tackle the climate crisis, and key to this is encouraging climate literacy...

By Katie Parsons, Florence Halstead and Lisa Jones 30 Aug 2021

Three quarters of people in G20 nations see climate, nature near tipping points
Three quarters of people in G20 nations see climate, nature near tipping points

Three in four people living in the world's 20 major economies believe nature and the Earth's climate are approaching potentially abrupt or irreversible changes due to human action, according to a survey released on Tuesday...

By Michael Taylor 18 Aug 2021

New global biodiversity goals must take these key lessons into account
New global biodiversity goals must take these key lessons into account

A framework to help countries develop national strategies for the conservation and sustainable use of their natural resources is nearing completion...

By David Obura 17 Aug 2021

Source: PIRO4D
Radisson Hotels offset 100% CO2 emissions globally

Since the launch of its 100% Carbon Neutral Meetings programme in 2019, the group has offset over 30,300 tonnes of CO2...

6 Aug 2021

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How palm oil became the world's most hated, most used fat source

Palm oil is everywhere today: in food, soap, lipstick, even newspaper ink. It's been called the world's most hated crop because of its association with deforestation...

By Jonathan E. Robins 30 Jul 2021



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