Category Archives: Pollution

Frack NO! Look at an Artist’s Rendition of the ‘Fracking’ Debate Using Vintage Figurines and Postcards.

Awesome art alert! How beautiful can Fracking be to the senses? The controversial and increasingly popular method of oil exploration, Hydraulic Fracturing (commonly referred to as Fracking) is only as beautiful as one artist represents…

Africa: Tackling Water, Sanitation, Energy Nexus Key to Sustainable Future – UN Officials.

Culled from AllAfrica. The water, sanitation and sustainable energy crises are the among the world’s pre-eminent development challenges, senior United Nations officials warned on Wednesday, urging Member States to adopt coherent integrated policies and innovative strategies…

Nigeria Received $23 Million in Grants from the Global Environment Facility for Environmental Projects.

The GEF’s Desk Officer in the Federal Ministry of Environment, Mrs Halima Mohammed, confirmed that Nigeria has received grants totaling $23 million in four years from the Global Environmental Facility during an interview with the News Agency…

Ocean Sole Decorates Kenyan Shores with Colorful Sea Creatures Made from Flip-flops.

The African Start-Up programme on CNN is one of our favorite places to see ordinary Africans doing extra-ordinary things. Today, we bring you a colorful story of Ocean Sole, a Kenyan recycling company that’s crafting whimsical…

Equator Prize 2014 Call for Nominations Open! Nominate Your Favorites in 145 Countries.

The Equator Prize is now calling for nominations! The Equator Prize 2014 will recognize twenty-five local sustainable development solutions for people, nature and resilient communities. Profiles of past Equator Prize winners can be found here. Equator Prize 2014…