Date and time: 7 Dec, 19:00 - 20:00
Like many other countries, Nigeria is affected by climate change. Rising sea levels, flooding, drought and desertification are only some of the consequences the country is facing. Nigeria is also an oil producing country, which has led to serious environmental problems, especially in the region called Niger Delta. The global climate movement is on the [...]
December 2, 2021, English, Calendar, Seminars, Webcast
Machineries, household equipment, buses, generators and computers are among the things that get dismantled in the scrapyard. Photo: Johanna Caminati Engström
Of: Johanna Caminati Engström
Ghana is trying to deal sustainably with the increasing amounts of e-waste in the country. In the metal scrapyard in Agbobloshie, Accra, young men dismantle various machinery to obtain scrap parts. The working conditions are dangerous but many workers see the scrapyard as an escape route out of poverty.
March 3, 2020, English, Long read, Magazine
The Supply Chain Law could be a good step to ensure that palm oil, transported in the picture, is sustainably sourced. Photo: Rainforest Action Network, Flickr
Of: Kathrin Hegger
In Germany, an initiative of several non-governmental organizations (NGOs) is raising awareness of a draft law that can improve the lives of millions of people and the environment: the Supply Chain Act. But broad public recognition is still lacking.
January 30, 2020, Article, English, Magazine