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Bush Meat

New studies led by the University of Copenhagen say as many as 150 million rural households across the Global South may be involved in bushmeat hunting.…

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Effects of Climate change

Plant and animal extinctions are predicted as habitats change faster than species can adapt, and the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the health of…

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Innovations

Aviation Kenya hosted a meeting of African aviation players to discuss air navigation management, as the African union pushes for open skies. Bringing together the heads…

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Dancing for Water

MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. — Sixteen-year-old Priyanka Ghosh Choudhuri, with help from her friends and family, organized a cultural event here Sept. 23 for the benefit of…

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Human Wildlife Conflict

Thigaa village in Tharaka Nithi is surrounded by the Mount Kenya, Meru and Mwingi national parks in central Kenya. A lone elephant lost its way and…

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Lifecycle of the Mara River

A study published recently shows that during dry seasons hippo faeces in pools, deplete the oxygen in the water as microbes work to break it down,…

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Taita Rangeland Regeneration

Between the two Tsavo National parks in Kenya, where Taita ranchers have battled poor soils exacerbated by climate change, a movement is underway to combine cattle…

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Kenya as an Economic Hub

Kenya has increasingly become the focus of attention for foreign companies looking to transport their goods in the surrounding, emerging, lucrative markets. Oil, metal and mineral…

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