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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.
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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.
This annual report provides a summary of the activities carried out in different parts of Africa in an effort to curtail some of the pressing environmental challenges of our time, including: climate change, deforestation, water pollution, coal...
‘Monster boats’ are vessels characterised by large size, massive capacity to catch fish, severe impact on the marine environment, weak compliance record and other concerning characteristics.
Africa has long been targeted by foreign-based corporations or governments for its resources. In recent times a large number of the land deals and concessions that have been awarded to developers in Central and West Africa can be viewed as part...
This paper provides an estimate of the health damages and economic costs that would be avoided if Eskom was made to fully comply with the national air emission standards -- the very standards it is currently trying to bypass.
A warm welcome to this edition of the Greenpeace Africa Member Newsletter after an eventful year for the global organisation and for the Greenpeace Africa office. We extend a particularly warm welcome to our new members, those of you who have...
In 2008, Greenpeace Africa (GPAf) was born out of a small office in Melville, Johannesburg; and since then it has grown to include three regions on this vast continent: South, Central and West. From a fledgling team of three, we now have a pool...
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