Join our hosts Nneota Egbe and Joy Doreen Biira for this week's reports on environmental issues and smart eco solutions.
The leopard’s spectacular pelt has long had a special place in Zulu tradition. To ensure the big cats’ future, conservationists are persuading warriors to switch to fake fur for ceremonial dress.
Europe throws away 88 million tons of food each year, while globally 800 million people face malnutrition. Now, a Berlin restaurant is showing we can do better, dishing up tasty meals from produce headed for the trash.
Volunteers lure kids away from their screens to explore woodland worlds and nurture green thinking.
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Overpopulation is seen as one of the biggest environmental threats our planet faces. But is the problem too many people - or too much consumption?
"If I had to choose, I would rather have birds than airplanes." - Charles Lindbergh
Renewable energy is becoming increasingly viable worldwide. But how can governments reach out to the public?
An Abuja radio campaign is encouraging listeners to recycle, go green and think responsibly about waste, though drama and skits with an eco-friendly message.
Around a quarter of Europe’s power comes from nuclear energy, leaving waste that will remain radioactive for 100,000 years. Finland has found an answer to permanently storing this toxic legacy.
Meet the entrepreneurs producing eco-friendly pencils from recycled newspapers.
Even educated fleas do it - we learn the art of flirting in the animal kingdom. Plus, do cats fly? Apparently they do.
A bog may not sound like a thing of beauty. But peat marshes like Fochteloërveen in the Netherlands are not only home to unique flora – they also protect our climate by locking in carbon dioxide.
Based in Kenya's capital Nairobi, Joy Doreen Biira presents environmental issues and solutions from East Africa.
Based in Lagos, Nigeria, Nneota Egbe presents environmental issues and solutions from West Africa.
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