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For entrepreneurs in Africa, success can depend largely on mindset and culture.
Research suggests that women do not earn enough money and are restricted in their roles within fisheries; a position made more vulnerable by COVID-19.
Researchers have highlighted 10 types of forests in Africa based on certain factors to help conservationists protect those more vulnerable to climate change.
Community-based development project PRODERMO is helping support local communities with water mobilization and soil conservation in water scarce Djibouti.
Fast-growing cities in Africa are recognizing renewable energy as a way to tackle climate change and energy poverty, according to a new report.
Sub-Saharan women risk being stuck in jobs that pay less and are more likely to be replaced by technology.
Insurer Pula is growing fast, with 600,000 farmers in Kenya taking out policies in the six years since launch to protect against climate change effects.
From education to the workplace, African women must break free of the gendered job roles that have limited them for so long and be allowed to define their own future.
Cycads, the world’s oldest seed-producing plants, are facing extinction from poaching and pests known as the Cycas Aulacaspis Scale, but mapping can help.
One hectare of forest is able to permanently remove as much CO2 from the atmosphere as is released by a power station burning nearly 16 tonnes of coal.
Green solutions are available if Africa's leaders embrace opportunities and innovations, entrepreneurs told the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship.
An app developed by the Kenya Forest Service combines satellite feeds with real-time global mapping to identify environmental issues like illegal logging.