Human-wildlife conflicts rising as animals look for food elsewhere By Chowoo Willy, Karungi Patra and
By Timothy Murungi Miliya Tumuhirwe (42), Fillimon Thembo (53) and Gilait Bwambale Alijja, who was
The sad story of Fourteen Falls: sewage, waste take the shine off one of Kenya’s most famous tourist attractions
The magnificent spectacle of fourteen falls has turned into a display area of impurities dumped into the river upstream.
bee hives are instrumental in chasing away elephants from their gardens.
The pollutants profoundly impact the fishing industry, killing fish in Nzoia River, with the water being unusable for any purpose for at least 20 kilometres from Webuye sub-county in Bugoma County – Western Kenya.
Africa’s vast underground water resources are under pressure from climate change – how to manage them
In Africa, groundwater is very important. It supports almost 100% of household and agricultural activities in rural areas.
The provision of electric power from large dams has been discounted against competing interests such as displacement of people and loss of tourism, cultural assets, and biodiversity,
Owiny, set off from Kampala, Uganda on August 28, 2023, to cycle more than 650 kilometres to Nairobi, Kenya to attend the Africa Climate Summit.
Burning the vegetation in Lake Mburo National Park is done twice a year, between January to March and July to September, which are the dry seasons.
People living in informal settlements are particularly at risk – that’s about 70% of Addis Ababa’s residents.
Yala swamp has been left vulnerable for years leading to its degradation and biodiversity loss.
Although South Sudan has a Wildlife Act, as most African countries do, it does not have “elaborate and comprehensive wildlife policies and laws” to enforce this act.