Boosting solar energy capacity in Africa

May 06, 2015
Sub-Saharan Africa is rich in energy resources but its potential remains mostly untapped. Despite the abundance of sunlight, solar projects have been developed slowly and
Boosting solar energy capacity in Africa

South Africa to send 1,000 orphaned, endangered rhinos to South Texas

May 05, 2015
In an effort to ease the killings of three to five rhinos per week in South Africa, one Texas-based conservation organisation is seeking to transport
South Africa to send 1,000 orphaned, endangered rhinos to South Texas

10th metapopulation wild dog reserve welcomes African wild dog pack

May 04, 2015
The Endangered Wildlife Trust’s (EWT) National Wild Dog Metapopulation Project in collaboration with its partners, released a newly bonded pack of six African Wild Dogs
10th metapopulation wild dog reserve welcomes African wild dog pack

101-year-old Nepalese farmer survives earthquake

May 04, 2015
When his home collapsed and a large stone landed on his chest, the 101-year-old Nepalese farmer who had survived a massive quake eight decades earlier
101-year-old Nepalese farmer survives earthquake

Locust control in Madagascar – up to the last breath

May 04, 2015
Late morning on Beravy Plain in Madagascar – the sky is clear, the air is heavy and the grass high and green although it starts
Locust control in Madagascar – up to the last breath

Ford Shows Off Smart Agricultural Solutions at NAMPO

May 04, 2015
PRETORIA, South Africa, 4 May 2015 - The small town of Bothaville in the Free State will come alive at the annual NAMPO Agricultural Trade
Ford Shows Off Smart Agricultural Solutions at NAMPO

28 rhino poaching suspects arrested in KNP in April

May 04, 2015
South African National Parks (SANParks) today announced the arrest of a further six suspected poachers and wounding of one in two separate operations. In the
28 rhino poaching suspects arrested in KNP in April

Regional cooperation, working with demand countries key to ending wildlife crime, say African nations

May 04, 2015
Brazzaville– Better coordinated intelligence and law enforcement, involving communities in Africa and working with transit and destination markets outside of the continent must be at
Regional cooperation, working with demand countries key to ending wildlife crime, say African nations

Zambia Vice-President Leads High-Level National Dialogue on REDD+ Strategy

May 01, 2015
Lusaka, Zambia -- The Government of the Republic of Zambia officially held today a high-level dialogue on its draft national strategy to reduce emissions from
Zambia Vice-President Leads High-Level National Dialogue on REDD+ Strategy

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