Senegal’s artisanal fishermen are experiencing a great increase in catches after the country’s government has cancelled the licenses of 29 foreign fishing trawlers in its waters.
In Mali, a Libyan multinational has been given 100,000 hectares of prime agricultural land to grow export crops and livestock resulting in the displacement of people, loss of livelihood and destruction of villages.
See how Fair Trade impacts communities first-hand and what it means to the local farmers in Africa. In this first episode, Chris departs from Brooklyn, NY and heads to the foot of the Rwenzuri Mountains in Uganda. Chris murders a few vanilla flowers, but successfully pollinates one!
The distribution of household biogas digesters in Africa could reduce green house gas emissions and violence against women and children, increase life expectancy, food security and literacy, and offset carbon emissions from China.