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Japan’s Nagashiki says it has scuttled part of Mauritius oil spill...

Japan’s Nagashiki Shipping, which owns the bulk carrier that ran aground on a reef in Mauritius and caused a large oil spill, said on...

Environmental Performance Index: Seychelles ranks 38th, best in Sub-Saharan Africa

Seychelles has been ranked the best in the Sub-Saharan region and 38th out of 180 countries in the Environmental Performance Index (EPI), a method...

Kenya raises $42,609 at biodiversity event organized by YILI group, Chinese...

Kenya received 4.56 million Kenya shilling (42,609 US Dollars) donation and the initiatives of sustainable development and biological diversity in an event that was...

Eritrea says it effectively contained new desert locust invasion in coastal...

The Eritrean government on Thursday disclosed that it has successfully contained a new desert locust invasion that swarmed in excess of 400-hectares-of-land in the...

World Wildlife Day: UN chief urges ‘more caring’ relationship with nature

As the world marks World Wildlife Day Tuesday the UN chief urged people across the globe to remember that they depend on Mother Earth to survive. He...

Half of world’s sandy coastlines may vanish this century

Half the world’s sandy beaches may be wiped away by the end of the century due to rising sea levels and other climate change...

January 2020 was the hottest January on record, says NOAA

January 2020 was the hottest January in the 141-year global climate record, according to scientists at the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The...

Climate change ‘not a big issue for Nigeria’, says petrol resources...

Nigeria’s junior minister for petroleum said on Thursday in Davos that climate change is not a “big issue” for Africa’s largest producer of oil. “Climate...

South Africa dams remain at low levels despite recent rain

Despite heavy downpours across South Africa, not enough rainfall has been received to fill some dams. Hydrologist, geologist and palaeontologist Dr. Gideon Groenewald said the...

Kenya says starts spraying of locusts seen as threat to food...

Kenya said on Saturday it had started aerial spraying in three counties in the country's north to try to head off a locust invasion...
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