Renewables in Least Developed Countries: More arrows in the quiver?Environment
Ensuring universal access to energy will constitute a major challenge for least developed countries. What are the key considerations that these countries should keep in mind as they deploy efforts towards meeting this objective?
Six key factors in formalizing artisanal and small-scale miningEnvironment
Working in artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM)—informal mining activities carried out using minimal technology or machinery—provides livelihoods for millions of people
From hunting to harvesting: Zambia’s eco-friendly approach to beekeepingEnvironment
Recognising that traditional honey harvesting damages the forest, Zambia’s rural communities are using modern beekeeping practices that value trees and produce better quality honey.
Zambia: Trade and eco-friendly business solutionsEnvironment
Laystone, one of Zambia's many local beekeepers, is enthusiastic about the benefits of beekeeping to his livelihood and community. With up to twelve 20-liter buckets per month, his honey harvesting seasons have become very profitable.
Mali: Fighting to maintain the eco system balance and halt the advancing Sahara desertEnvironment
Oumar isone of the 370,500 people in Mali producing gum arabic, among which 80% (296,400) are women.