It is estimated that Kenya generates 22,000 metric tonnes of waste per day, with around 60 per cent of it being organic waste that can be recycled to something usable.
Photographer Roger Anis spends two weeks traveling to villages in Sudan that were devastated by the extreme floods of 2020.
French oil multinational Total, its partner investors, and the Ugandan and Tanzanian governments will soon finalize their decision on the Lake Albert Development Project, Uganda’s first oil development
The effects of potential oil spills and infrastructure development would cause irreversible damage in the ecologically sensitive Albertine Region, which contributes 30% of Uganda’s fish stocks
The Rothschild Giraffe, only found in Kenya and Uganda, is alarmingly decreasing in population and faces risk of extinction.
The top InfoNile projects and stories of 2020, highlighting important stories in the Nile Basin around water access, climate change, wildlife and Covid-19.
Youth in communities across East Africa are innovating to adapt to the region’s changing climate, a cross-border project led by InfoNile has found.
WHO OWNS THE WATERS OF THE NILE? A yearlong cross-border data journalism investigation about large-scale foreign land deals in the Nile …
Decades of oil drilling in West Kordofan province was linked to water contamination, environmental changes and health effects for citizens. Details here…
Black carbon produced by firewood amounts to 1.6 billion tonnes of CO2, making it the single most largest cause of climate warming.
Rhino translocations have become a critical tool in the arsenal for the protection of these endangered animals. Recently, 30 white rhinos were flown into Rwanda from South Africa and introduced into the Akagera National Park, in what was the single largest rhino translocation.
Rice farmers in Ozi, Kenya have mastered the art of accessing water, which, alongside the availability of certified seeds, has seen them cashing from the venture throughout the year.
By Margaret KadiriLecturer in Physical Geography, King’s College London The UN climate summit COP26, held in November 2021, focused the world’s …
By Anindita Sarkar , Associate professor, University of Delhi Fetching water is usually a “women’s affair”, as has been documented …
During the pandemic, new irrigation systems were developed to replace the flood irrigation system in more than 237,000 acres in Egypt.
COP26 pledges developing climate-resilient and low-carbon health systems a win, but only if more countries commit.
The 50 countries that committed to developing climate-resilient and low-carbon health systems at the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow (COP26) are not enough to create a more significant global impact. More countries need to commit and health systems must be part of the solution by reducing carbon emissions and using more renewable energy.
Women Climate Centers International is helping women access climate change information that has already been broken down for easy understanding at the community level.