The Green Building Council South Africa (GBCSA) has announced Africa’s first residential project that has met the EDGE resource-efficiency standard, which will be receiving EDGE final certification
The harmful impact of urban air pollution could be combated by strategically placing low hedges along roads in a built-up environment of cities instead of taller trees, research has found.
Coastal marine food webs could be in danger of collapse as a result of rising carbon dioxide levels, according to our new research.
Cameroon currently has more than 250 rescued chimpanzees living in three chimp wildlife sanctuaries.
President John Magufuli who is also the CCM National Chairman briefed the party’s extraordinary congress here on the commencement of the second phase of Dar es Salaam Rapid Transit (DART) project,
BUON DON, Vietnam – Only around 80 elephants remain in the wild in Vietnam, as the threat of humans and deforestation becomes ever greater, pushing their population to the brink of imminent extinct
A new report based on a study of 2,717 plantations in Borneo provides evidence that RSPO-certified concessions lose 25 times less forest and orangutan habitat than non-certified ones.
Three East African countries have launched an online portal in a bid to jointly market the region’s tourism products.
Conservationists are celebrating the successful reintroduction of an iconic antelope species, the scimitar-horned oryx, to a portion of its historical range on the edge of the Sahara desert after 1
Kenya Wildlife Service with support from various partners will next week conduct the Tsavo-Mkomazi elephant aerial survey.
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