Eco Africa: The Environment Magazine

DW's Eco Africa showcases innovative concepts and best practice projects from Africa and Europe and presents environment and climate change ideas that inspire others to get on board or start something of their own. The show offers insight and moves people to help protect the environment.

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A mobile power plant


A German firm has developed a solar array and mini power plant that folds up into a container, and could allow African villages to take care of their own electricity needs.


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 2016-11-04  3m
 
 

Toilets for green gas


A Ugandan school is reducing its fuel costs – and its impact on endangered forests – with a biolatrine that turns human waste into biogas. And the clean new toilet also improves student health.


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 2016-11-04  1m
 
 

A green, slimy superfood


A fourth-generation fishing family in Northern Ireland is cultivating kelp to create delicious recipes. At the same time, the seaweed provides a habitat for marine wildlife.


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 2016-11-04  4m
 
 

The pearl of Africa goes organic


Uganda is one of the top countries in the world for organic agriculture. More and more farmers in the country are getting certified, but it's not all plain sailing as one coffee-grower explains.


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 2016-10-15  4m
 
 

Poop power in East Africa


Many in East Africa do not have access to electricity. But one company in Kenya is on the case with its cheap, easy-to-use biogas system that harvests the power of organic waste and dung.


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 2016-10-15  2m
 
 

New airport: Turbulence for the environment


The construction of a new airport in Turkey is causing problems for the environment and people. Some farmers have been forced to move for the project. Others are staying to fight for their rights.


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 2016-10-15  3m
 
 

Student solutions to Ghana's water problems


Clean water is becoming increasingly scarce in Ghana thanks to population growth, agriculture and industry. But three brainy Ghanaian PhD students are working on clever ways to combat the problem.


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 2016-10-15  4m
 
 

Eco@Africa relaunch


Eco@Africa is going tri-national. Germany's DW, Nigeria's Channels TV and their new Kenyan partner KTN will bring you interesting and exciting stories on the ground from both continents.


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 2016-10-15  3m
 
 

Harnessing the sun's power on your back


In some parts of Africa, children rely on poisonous kerosene lamps to study at night. But an enterprising 23-year-old's new backpack complete with solar panels and batteries could change that.


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 2016-10-15  1m
 
 

Saving Africa's Barbary macaques


Barbary macaques are under threat thanks to their popularity as pets and in tourism. One project in Morocco is working to save the endangered species by returning captured animals to the wild.


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 2016-10-07  3m