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World Oceans Day 'Flash Mob' in Dakar. © Clément  Tardif
Protest against Coal Plant Construction in Senegal. © Clément  Tardif



Sinking of the MV Wakashio wreck – letter to Malta

September 2020

Following the grounding of the MV Wakashio off the coast of Malta and the subsequent dumping of the forward cargo section of the ship 35 miles off the coast of…

Mauritius Oil Disaster – Open Letter

September 2020

Following the grounding of the Japanese chartered and owned MV Wakashio, we wrote to you on 24 August 2020, with a number of questions about the Government’s response to this…

Mauritius Oil Disaster – Open Letter: 26 August 2020

August 2020

We appreciate your response to our open letter and intention to respond to the disaster you caused. We called on you to be an example and show that your apology…

Sinking of the MV Wakashio wreck – letter to Malta

August 2020

You are certainly aware of the unfolding oil disaster at the shores of Mauritius, where bulk carrier MV Wakashio – a Japanese ship under the flag of Panama – ran…

Mauritius Oil Disaster – Open Letter: 24 August 2020

August 2020

On the 25th of July 2020 the MV Wakashio struck a beautiful and irreplaceable coral reef on Mauritius’ southeast coast. The oil in the wrecked ship started to leak on…

Mauritius Oil Disaster – Open Letter

August 2020

On the 25th of July 2020 your ship, the MV Wakashio struck a beautiful and irreplaceable coral reef on Mauritius’ southeast coast. On the 9th August you publicly expressed an…

Collectively We Can Secure Kenya’s Food System

June 2020

In Kenya’s agricultural landscape, small-holder farmers make up 70% of the farming population and account for 75% of national food production. The agricultural outputs contribute 31.5% of the GDP and…

Keep Your Promise Mr. President, We Need 100% Green Energy This Year

June 2020

Kenya has been severely hit by unseasonable heavy rains and an unprecedented infestation of locusts, that is devastating agricultural production. Heavy floods that are hitting the country have resulted in…

The Garden of Eden of Indigenous People is turning into an Industrial Exploitation Hell / Sylvie Djacbou Deugoue and Lamfu Yengong Fabrice

December 2019

Access to land and its resources is crucial throughout rural Africa. Since the colonial era, local elites and foreign corporations have been taking control over large areas of agricultural lands.…

The government must support ecological agriculture. Here’s why.

August 2019

Over the past years, Africa’s population has more than doubled, while available arable land has only increased by approximately 10%. To meet the growing food demand, vast stretches of land…

You only have one shot, so make it count!

May 2019

Do you love taking photos with your mobile phone? Than our The Art of Mobile Phone Photography guide, is just the thing for you. Download it for free and become…

Resilience Reports

July 2015

Our climate is changing and all over the world we are experiencing more unpredictable and uncertain weather than in the past. Those depending on the weather for their daily bread…

Irresponsible Investment

June 2015

Kilombero Plantations Ltd (KPL) is a 5,818 hectare (ha) rice plantation located in the heart of the fertile Kilombero Valley, Tanzania. In addition to developing a large-scale rice farm, KPL…

Financing Ecological Farming in Africa

May 2015

This report provides a resource to the donor community to facilitate the provision of support to ecological farming across Africa. We define donors broadly to include: governments providing bilateral overseas…