Africa eyes green jobs to fight radicalisation and stem migration to Europe
More than 60 million people could leave sub-Saharan Africa's desertified areas for North Africa and Europe by 2020
Solar "tents" give Malawi's dried fish makers a boost as fish numbers fall
Some of Malawi's fishing communities are turning to low-tech solar "tents" to dry out their fish in an attempt to boost their incomes
Reversing climate change with carbon-sucking plantations not realistic, scientists warn
Physicists and economists "seem to think that because it's about green stuff it's somehow ecologically sound. But it's not," one scientist says
FEATURE-In India, ice towers could turn deadly lake into water bank
A glacial lake that threatens to burst needs to be drained to prevent disaster - but could its water be saved for future use?
Unilever commits to 100 pct recyclable plastic
Unilever will also help create a plastics protocol, to encourage similar moves across its industry
U.S. EPA accuses Fiat Chrysler of excess diesel emissions
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles said that it is "disappointed" with the EPA assertions
Un jeu de réalité virtuelle met les joueurs aux commandes d'une catastrophe
Quel est le bon moment pour alerter sur une inondation imminente ?
Virtual reality game puts players in disaster driving seat
When is the right time to warn of an impending flood?
How we saved climate-smart seeds from the conflict in Syria
Investing in smart agricultural development will bring stability to conflict countries and help stem the flow of migration
Crickets, birds, weather data combine to guide African farmers
A new weather advisory service, by an award-winning Kenyan tech expert, aims to help drought-hit farmers