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Get paid to recycle – NamiGreen E-waste offers cash for old printer cartridges

Windhoek-based recycler, NamiGreen E-waste in a move to prevent printer cartridges ending up in the landfills which in turn damages the environment, the e...

Tiny creatures play a big role in climate change

July 9, 2019 — You can’t see them, but it’s time to start trying. Microorganisms, tiny creatures invisible to the naked eye, play a “central...
Armenia and ECA sign memorandum to advance Africa’s smart development

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Conservation International CEO M. Sanjayan stressed the importance of remaining optimistic in the face of climate catastrophe in an interview today with the public-affairs...
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Angolan researchers to gain access to biodiversity fund – Environment – Angola Press

According to a press note from the Environment Ministry that reached ANGOP on Sunday, Angola, which is still an observer, expects to request...
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How to Build a Smart City

Collaborative platforms, sustainability, public-private partnerships and data analytics are critical for developing smart and inclusive cities. The global smart-city movement, which...
FAO Seeks to Broaden Scope of Regional Initiatives to Address Systemic risks in NENA

FAO Seeks to Broaden Scope of Regional Initiatives to Address Systemic risks in NENA

  The Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) announced that the resources mobilised and delivered for development projects and endorsed...
How climate change will impact agricultural productivity in Central America and the Andean Region

How climate change will impact agricultural productivity in Central America and the Andean Region

Research Post August 19, 2019 How climate change will impact agricultural productivity in Central...

Profile Rotary member forms Roots of Peace to remove land mines

Profile: A vine idea Heidi KühnRotary Club of San Francisco Heidi Kühn arrived in Utsunomiya, Japan, in 1975, a few months after the end of the...
Overcoming Nigeria’s e-waste epidemic | The Guardian Nigeria News

Overcoming Nigeria’s e-waste epidemic | The Guardian Nigeria News

Pickers dismantle appliances by hand at Odo-Iyalaro, Lagos to extract salable components. PHOTO: IRENE GALAN/ UN ENVIRONMENT It’s close to midnight on a Sunday and the...

Precariousness still affects education and employment in Peru and Bolivia

Synergies between education and employment are vital in social policy. However, there is still little information on how the quantity and quality of primary...
Tanzania switches track, charges Kabendera with economic crimes

Will Zimbabwe succeed in overturning a ban on the ivory trade? · Global Voices

Zimbabwe, along with three other Southern African nations, has submitted a proposal for the Convention of International Trade in Endangered Specials of Wild Fauna...
Ensuring Safe Structures: a Decade of Using Digital Technology in Industrial Radiography in Viet Nam

Ensuring Safe Structures: a Decade of Using Digital Technology in Industrial Radiography in Viet...

Industrial radiography is a method of inspecting materials, such as steel or concrete, for hidden flaws by using short X-rays, gamma rays and neutrons...
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One Planet, Many Neighbors – Plant With Purpose

July 11 marks World Population Day, a day marked to raise awareness of issues related to world population. Though this is not the most...
Elizabeth Warren’s Trade Plan Empowers Workers, Not Corporations

Seven elephants, 19 rhinos poached since January – ministry

The Ministry of Environment and Tourism has recorded 26 poaching incidents since January, according to the ministry’s spokesperson Romeo Muyunda this week. According to the...
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Nuclear energy procurement problems highlighted in submission to Zondo Commission

Major energy procurement projects need independent oversight at all stages (pre-procurement, procurement and post-procurement) to prevent further state capture, recommends the Southern African Faith...
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Amazing image of wild tiger in Bhutan | Stories

Learn more about Rondeau's trip and watch his video diaries.WWF is supporting tiger countries like Bhutan through a variety of initiatives aimed to protect...
FAO takes part in Cairo Water Week

FAO takes part in Cairo Water Week

11 October 2018, Cairo -- The escalation of water scarcity is one of the most impelling challenges facing the Near East and...
Fresh concerns over Ebola outbreak as Japan tests for possible victim

3 things you should know about January’s record-low Arctic sea ice | Stories

1. The science is solid The National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) uses satellites to measure how much ice is covering the planet and...

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