Afrika Berita

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Farmers from Australia to the UK are using drones to pollinate food crops like tomatoes, but can technology ever replace bees?
Alexandra Soezer
Alexandra Soezer has been appointed the director of Qatar-based Climate Action Centre of Excellence, which was launched at last year's COP28 summit where parties failed to reach a consensus on the key rules for global carbon credit trade.
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A study examining short-term exposure to 'spikes' in air pollution reveals that these incidents contribute to 1 million deaths annually, highlighting research that urges a policy response, especially as poorer countries bear the heaviest burden.
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Logging companies have “acquired” roughly 1m hectares of Indigenous peoples’ territory in the Democratic Republic of the Congo since 2000, according to a new study.
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Afrika Opini

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A new international tax taskforce is exploring tax policies that could finance sustainable development and climate action. This could pave the way for a fair taxation system that would accelerate a just transition.
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Many Muslim-majority populations live in areas considered to be most vulnerable to climate impacts. The World Food Program says the practice of abstaining from food has become an ongoing reality for millions throughout the year.
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Such technologies appeal to those who repudiate the need for transformative societal change to limit global warming and could become a dangerous distraction, especially as it gains traction as a delay tactic for the fossil fuel industry.
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Climate change will exacerbate existing inequalities in global education access and attainment, with already disadvantaged groups facing the largest learning setbacks.
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Afrika Video

Jane Goodall Good for All News
Dr Jane Goodall, known for her pioneering study of chimpanzees nearly 60 years ago in Tanzania, continues her work to conserve nature in Africa by joining an expedition to protect the continent’s highest peak.
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Studio EB In line with the Sustainable Development Goals' aim to eradicate poverty, a Japanese multinational electronics firm is providing power supply stations, solar storage and products to countries with little or no access to electricity.
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Yolk Station, a South Korean solar energy company, has installed a renewable energy solution in a remote Kenyan town that can also tackle the problem of child labour.
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Particularly for women, access to clean water creates education and economic opportunities.
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Afrika Podcasts

"We are already at 1.1°C of warming – a matter of life and death for the Global South", says Professor Winston Chow, the recently appointed co-chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change's working group on impacts, adaptation and vulnerability.
The Singapore scientist, recently elected to the UN's top climate body, tells the Eco-Business Podcast about the precarious state of climate adaptation in developing Asia. The region is not well-prepared to manage the cascading risks of extreme climate events, he says.
Green School students visit a school in Bali, Indonesia
Most schools only teach the science of climate change. Green School gives the skills needed to live in a warming world. Eco-Business asked Green School's Leslie Medema how to be real with children about climate change without scaring them.
Indigenous community, Amazon
The clean energy sector’s poor human rights performance places its legitimacy at risk. Jessie Cato of the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre sheds light on how the industry can avoid labour abuse, land grabs and other violations.
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