Bird flu has been recurring in Africa since 2006 and Nigeria is heavily affected. High-level biosecurity measures are required to keep people and animals safe.
South Africa’s minister of finance should have used the bailout of Eskom to fast-track its split and introduce the private sector into the electricity sector.
Poverty drives vulnerability to climate risks in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
Urban farms can work in developing countries if farmers and architects are aware of conditions that favour food production in built spaces.
Researchers encourage citizen scientists to contribute to datasets on animal deaths caused by infrastructure. This will inform efforts to reduce the human impact on biodiversity.
Tropical cyclones are becoming more frequent in the Indian Ocean. Here’s why and what that means.
Deciding on the best system isn’t a simple matter. There’s a bewildering array of jargon to sift through and many elements to consider.
Pulses are important for many reasons. They are packed with nutrition, resilient and crucial for achieving food security in Africa.
Nigeria’s incoming president must prioritise environmental protection to avert further loss of the country’s biodiversity.
The two West African countries can help each other avert flooding disasters.
Digital technology is changing the way water is accessed in Ghana. Water ATMs are gaining traction as a means to an end.
Kenya, Malawi, Gabon, Nigeria and Togo are already interested in scaling carbon credit production.
Zambia has progressively incorporated green-based policy interventions since the 1960s.
South Africa needs to integrate urban green spaces as part of valuable infrastructure and provide framework for their sustainability.
Security companies suggest that criminals take advantage of the fact that many home and business security systems get compromised during power outages.
Simply put, southern Africans are experiencing heat stress more often than in 1979.
Very little attention has been paid to the justice implications of electricity distribution.
Vehicle import restrictions on their own are unlikely to yield meaningful, sustained public health and environmental gains in Africa.
The work done by the campaign before, during and after the drought remains important for the food security of Cape Town
Plastic pollution can be checked in Nigeria if the government insists that companies integrate corporate social responsibility into their processes.