Eco Africa — The Environment Magazine
On this week's Eco Africa, we see out how Intensive farming has taken a toll on South African land, how food is grown with hydroponics in Nigeria and why farming doesn’t have to mean deforestation.
Building a better farm in Nigeria
Conventional mass farming methods often have a negative impact on the soil. An initiative in Nigeria is advocating for a better system that connects farmers to wholesalers, creates awareness and supports farmers.
WATCH: Thousands cut off by wintry weather in Austria, Germany
Tens of thousands of critics of industrialized farming have converged on Berlin to renew calls for shifts to eco-sustainable harvests. Visiting Berlin for its annual Green Week expo are 70 agriculture ministers.
El-Rufai to sacked teachers: Go and start farming, business
El-Rufai to sacked teachers: Go and start farming, business.
Ashige farming community decries incessant herdsmen incursion
Ashige farming community decries incessant herdsmen incursion.
Kebbi government to mechanise rice farming process
Kebbi government to mechanise rice farming process.