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Without energy could Africa’s growth run out of steam?

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Despite vast natural reserves, the average African accesses less electricity than is needed to power a 50-watt light bulb

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Interpol launches most-wanted list of environmental fugitives

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International policing agency’s public appeal targets nine dangerous fugitives suspected of crimes involving poaching and illegal logging

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How the Kalahari bushmen and other tribespeople are being evicted to make way for ‘wilderness’

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‘Racist’ governments are forcing native people from their land, supposedly to benefit wildlife and environment, according to a report

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Elephant ivory price ‘spiked as China VIPs snapped up thousands of kilos’

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Beijing dismisses scathing EIA report on wildlife trade which claims ivory haul of Xi Jinping delegates in Tanzania doubled price on illegal market

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Regreening program to restore one-sixth of Ethiopia’s land

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Tree and shrub-planting program has transformed degraded and deforested land across Africa, with Ethiopia planning to restore a further 15m hectares by 2030

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Chinese demand for ivory is devastating Tanzania’s elephant population

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Chinese criminal gangs are causing Tanzania to lose more elephants to poaching than any other African country, says a report by the Environmental Investigation Agency

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‘Population growth far outpaces food supply’ in conflict-ravaged Sahel

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Researchers say conflict and climate change mean the region’s resources will be unable to sustain the increasing population

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Death of white rhino in Kenya leaves only six animals alive in the world

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Fears grow for future of northern white rhino species after loss of 34-year-old Suni, one of last two breeding males in the world

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Plenty more fish in the sea: preserving stocks in Madagascar

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Projects where local fishers manage marine areas to ensure sustainability are being replicated across the Indian Ocean

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‘Poaching’ row in legal battle over Nigerian oil spill

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Representatives of the Ogoni people against Shell complain that their legal action is being sabotaged by rival law firms

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