Though many have welcomed the decision to establish a loss and damage fund, many questions linger around its operationalization in the coming period.
By Fred Mwasa and Emma Marie Umurerwa The Eastern part of Rwanda had been an
The power project has also contributed to the revamping of the main roads damaged by floods in Kilembe and some other feeder roads around the dam.
Climate change is causing droughts in much of Africa to become longer and more severe. This damages elephants’ habitats and denies them the water they need.
Children born today will see literally thousands of animals disappear in their lifetime, as global food webs collapse
Our new research shows 10% of land animal could disappear from particular geographic areas by 2050, and almost 30% by 2100.
the Rwanda Rapid Reference Guide on Wildlife and Environmental Crimes and Related Administrative Faults will help address the challenges of lack of evidence in prosecuting wildlife crimes, especially those committed in border communities.
It’s not just black-necked spitting cobras that residents have to fear. Research shows that puff adders, black mambas, and boom slang are behind the majority of the snake bite cases in Kenya.
The 5,800 Km2 Kagera aquifer is under threat due to a number of reasons including; low awareness and sensitization among the relevant institutions and the public at large on the environmental issues and the threats of climate change.
Authorities in Burundi are including more women in the maintenance, conservation, and restoration of groundwater, saying that as primary groundwater users, they are also considered key groundwater decision-makers at the grassroots.
In East Africa, some poachers are quitting and transforming to become protectors and conservationists
The clearing of the dumping site took place from June 2017 to February 2018. The founding members mobilized their fellow youths who were formerly involved in crime to help them with the task.
Across Egypt’s Nile Valley, a complex, 55,000-kilometer web of canals, or water passages, channel the precious water from the Nile to farmers cultivating further from its shores.