Ol Donyo Lodge is located on private land in the heart of the Chyulu Hills, between Kenya’s Tsavo and Amboseli National Parks.
Here is a reminder of the reasons why SA’s largest city, Johannesburg, is still a beautiful city to live in right now.
Morocco’s fatal quake vanished a whole village as residents expressed their sorrow after the demise of their loved ones.
The National Treasury has sounded a warning over SA air quality. This is due to the nation’s over-dependence on coal-fired electricity.
Earthquake has claimed more than 600 lives in Morocco, as the left residents flee homes in fear of more tragedy.
Leaders at African climate talks aim to showcase the continent’s green growth potential, pending increased funding and debt relief.
For the first time in four years, the Canadian environment minister was traveling to Beijing for talks on climate change and biodiversity.
Meet Zoe, she’s on a crusade to clean up 100 SA beaches. Here’s her story and how you can support the cause.
Mining giant Rio Tinto plans to install 6,600 solar panels at Diavik, northern Canada, in an attept to reducing their carbon footprint.
The Sudan’s north has experienced severe damage from heavy rainS, destroying numerous homes as aid groups raise concern.
The number of climate change-related cases has increased drastically as people turn to fight global warming.
Sources reveal that Sir Richard Branson is in Zimbabwe to do good! The British tycoon is participating in a conservation walk.
Climate change activists, Just Stop Oil, targeted TotalEnergies UK headquarters with paint on Tuesday, protesting alleged human rights violations in Uganda.
As a disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation, climate change should be central to the government’s planning in Nigeria.
The V&A Waterfront has plans to eliminate single-use plastics in the complex by the year 2025. Here are the details…
The fish market of Keratsini is abuzz in the early morning, with truck loads of aquatic creatures, but bottles, boots, plastic pipes and fishing nets pollute the catch.
The global recycling capacity is unable to keep up with the relentless cycle of resource extraction, production, and waste generation.
People often think of wastewater as serving no purpose because they are unaware of wastewater treatment which has been clarified here.