A very warm welcome to this edition of the Greenpeace Africa Newsletter. Thank you to all of you who have started and/or continued this journey with us.
Greenpeace Africa is dismayed by the decision of Airport Company South Africa (ACSA) to reject nuclear billboards at the Cape Town International Airport amid growing anti-nuclear sentiment in South Africa.
This week fishmongers, consumers, fishers, ocean lovers, divers, and cooks from Australia via Indonesia, Senegal and Poland to Canada are calling for the crisis of our oceans to be tackled with urgency.
Having a world where people are aware and responsible for their actions is most important not only for us but for the environment as well. Environmental degradation is sometimes associated with lack of knowledge.
On the 31st of...
Overfishing is no fairy tale; it’s a sad, harsh reality of life in the ocean today. Already, 90% of fish stocks are either fully or overexploited and that wave of lifeless oceans is already spreading to West African waters. Once...
Welcome to the second Forest Echoes newsletter. I hope that you find useful information here, not only on the latest developments in the DRC’s forestry sector but also on trends in the wider region and the impact in an international context.
“It’s too far away”, “there’s nothing to see or do there”, “it’s too hard to get to...” The reasons people find to avoid the long journey to some of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s many remote forested areas are numerous.
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