Angolaâs peatlands trap carbon and clean the regionâs water â how we mapped this newly found landscape
High quality peatland extent data are only available for a small selection of countries and regions
Comment on this story Comment Gift Article TENNANT CREEK, Australia — In a forgotten restaurant behind a gas station in this country’s red center, only metal and plastic parts remain unscathed. Chris Cook grabs at a timber door frame, which…
African nations must be allowed to develop fossil fuel resources to help lift their people out of poverty, governments said at the COP27 climate talks in Egypt, which welcomed leaders of oil and gas companies sidelined at previous talks. Pressure…
There is also growing evidence that changes in rainfall pattern, frequent floods and droughts and intense heatwaves have substantial effects on transmission patterns of infectious diseases
Scientists have puzzled over the origin of Namibiaâs fairy circles for nearly half a century. It boiled down to two main theories: either termites were responsible, or plants were somehow self-organizing. About 50-90 miles from the coast in the Namib (80-140km), there are millions of so-called âfairy circlesâ â circular gaps in the grassland, each […]
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Africa the least contributing to global warming, yet most keen on investing in clean energy: Mohieldin – Climate change – COP27 – Ahram Online
In a webinar hosted by the United Nations University (UNU) under the title ‘World Energy: Looking Ahead to COP27,’ Mohieldin said energy projects in Africa – where 600 million people lack energy – need sufficient funding. Furthermore, global warming is…
These arresting images of industrial developments in Senegal, South Africa and Namibia were taken by Edward Burtynsky, who spent four years capturing African landscapes using aerial photography
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Pixabay file image Published Jun 19, 2022 10:14 PM by The Conversation [By Thomas Mortlock, Adrean Webb, Itxaso Oderiz, Nobuhito Mori, Rodolfo Silva and Tomoya Shimura] The world’s coastlines are at the forefront of climate change. That’s because they’re constantly…
On June 19, 2022, Europa crosses in front of a star and causes it to disappear for about a minute. The occultation is visible from parts of Africa.
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