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Best Eco Africa podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Eco Africa podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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DW's Eco Africa showcases innovative concepts and best practice projects from Africa and Europe and presents environment and climate change ideas that inspire others to get on board or start something of their own. The show offers insight and moves people to help protect the environment.
 
BeProvided Conservation Radio takes you from the Santa Cruz Mountains to Africa with expert interviews in wildlife biology, conservation, environmental education, eco tourism and much much more. Our interviews help bridge the gap between international conservation efforts and local conservation efforts. Learn how you can help close to home and worldwide to save our wildlife, plants, water and environment.
 
Learn from the leader in safari guide and wildlife training in Africa
 
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The Millennial Gen
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A podcast for conservationists at heart, this show brings conservation with inspiration as an antidote to the 'doom and gloom' so prevalent in today's conservation news. I chat with conservationists about their work and current challenges facing modern conservation, and bring you positive conservation stories to balance the plethora of negative conservation news in the media.
 
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The Real Story
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Global experts and decision makers discuss, debate and analyse a key news story.
 
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WaterAid podcasts
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Find out more about WaterAid's work, from the people who make it happen, in this unique series of short interviews and features from staff and partners around the world.
 
We discuss all facets of Australian reptiles and reptile keeping! Your Hosts: Peter Birch ( Author: The Complete Children's Python, ECO Herpetological Publishing & Distribution, 2013.) Owner and operator at "Colourful Critters' since 2005. He runs his facility from his family home, nestled on 8 acres in the tranquil Ourimbah Valley on the Central Coast of NSW, Australia. The whole collection was recently re-located from the main house to its new purpose facility in early 2012. The move was d ...
 
A Weekly Podcast Show About Indian StartupsEntrepreneurs & More !Hosted by Neil Patel & Friends
 
Good Foodies is a show all about people, brands and businesses doing good in the world of foodWe believe in using food and business as a force for good. If you want to build a business with purpose and make more impact then this is the show for you. Tune in each week for inspiring interviews with amazing food entrepreneurs, food startup founders and food industry experts. Learn from the successes and struggles of your peers and get practical resources to grow your business. Regular segments ...
 
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Botswana's Chobe National Park offers a complete package for eco-tourists, including a renewable-powered hotel that recycles water and waste, and safari trips in silent, emission-free e-cars.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Student living 2.0! Today I speak with Annu Talreja and Priyanka Gera they have co-founded OxfordCaps. OxfordCaps is Asia's first branded and tech-enabled student housing company they started in Singapore and now growing rapidly in India so in this episode they talk about how they went from quitting their corporate jobs to raising $10 million d ...…
 
Iraq has been gripped by mass public protests for weeks. Thousands of people have been taking to the streets in cities like Baghdad, Basra and Karbala to demand an end to corruption and unemployment, and an improvement in public services. The government has responded with force. More than three hundred people have died during the protests. Iraq ...…
 
The average toilet uses around six liters of water for every flush. Two sisters from Frankfurt have based their business around an eco-friendly alternative: portable compost toilets.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
An organization in Nigeria is combining environmental action with female empowerment. It trains women to recycle waste plastic by weaving it into fashion accessories - which they can sell for a profit.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
A small team in Ghana is using old laptop batteries to create a backup power system they call the PowerTube. It is a unique way to deal with the tons of e-waste imported into Africa each year.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
More than a million tons of shoes are thrown away every year in Europe alone. German company Sneaker Rescue wants to change that, by giving worn-out sneakers a new lease of life.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
As the population swells in Zimbabwe's capital, some people are building homes on the city's wetlands. But residents and environmental groups have come together to restore and protect these unique ecosystems.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
South Africa is one of the most densely fenced countries on earth. Intensive farming has taken a toll on the land, but an initiative to remove fences and encourage animals' natural migration is helping it to recover.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Algorithms have become a ubiquitous part of modern lives. They suggest films on streaming services, vet loans for approval, shortlist job candidates, even help decide prison sentences and medical care. But there are questions over the way they are applied. The banking giant Goldman Sachs faced criticism after it was alleged that an algorithm us ...…
 
When Ngaira Mandara posted a short clip showing one of Dar es Salaam's best known monuments struggling with the heat, he received an overwhelming response. His animations help raise awareness about global warming.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Electronic waste can be costly and even dangerous to dispose of. In Cameroon's capital Yaoundé, the NGO Solidarité Technologique collects and recycles electronics — making them more affordable for locals.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Hello everyone I am happy to be back with another show about the Land of the Snow Leopard Network. I interviewed Darla Hillard of the Snow Leopard Conservancy and Maria Azhunova, the newly elected leader of the Land of the Snow Leopard Network. Last year I interviewed the founder of the Snow Leopard Conservancy, Dr. Rodney Jackson where he expl ...…
 
The state owned Saudi oil company, Aramco, is considered to be the most profitable business in the world. In the coming weeks it plans to raise billions by selling shares publicly for the first time. Despite the proliferation of green technologies and a rise in environmentalist movements which are calling for an end to fossil fuel dependency, t ...…
 
In Norway, amid icy temperatures and dark winters, a former ship's cook grows herbs and vegetables in the Svalbard archipelago. This unique gamble is providing people with a sustainable food supply in extreme conditions.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
In order to slow down deforestation in Madagascar, an NGO is teaching local villagers how to make charcoal out of plant remains instead of cutting down more trees for fuel.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Modern devices like computers and phones have improved our world and how we do business. Unfortunately, they are hard to get rid of. Now a Nigerian company is using best-practice methods to recycle these electronics.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
While kayaking down Germany's rivers, a photographer started pulling plastic rubbish out of the water and taking pictures. His artwork drew attention to the problem and started a volunteer cleanup movement.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
By convincing poachers to join the other side, a small group of rangers in Uganda's Murchison Falls National Park has seen the elephant population go from around 400 to over 1,600 in recent years.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
What do women want? & how do you deal with those annoying Aunties! Well today your going to find out. My guest is Naina Hiranandani, COO & Co-founder Sirf Coffee. Sirf Coffee is a bespoke dating service revolutionising dating for global Indians. In this exciting episode she talks about servicing clients around the world using an offline approac ...…
 
At one point this week air pollution in Delhi was so high that monitors could not record the toxicity because it was off the scale. Schools were closed, vehicles restricted, and people were advised to stay indoors. But the situation in Delhi is not the full picture. Fifteen of the world's twenty most polluted cities are in India. And air pollut ...…
 
The Iles Ehotiles National Park in Ivory Coast is full of rare species. The reserve's manager not only brings in money through tourism, but is trying to persuade locals of the value of nature conservation.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Worldwide millions of tons of plastic are discarded yearly. But recycling is made difficult since many products are bonded to other materials. Now an engineer has developed technology for separating and cleaning them.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
With periods of drought and heavy rain, the Greek capital is harder hit by climate change than many other European cities. To combat this they are planting trees, adding fountains and again using an historic aqueduct.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Sani Ayouba is pushing back against the desertification of Niger by advocating for real behavioral change in the population. To do this he is letting the kids bring the message home to their families.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Bernard Kiwia, a serial inventor in Tanzania, has provided a workshop for other innovators to turn their ideas into reality. So far they have already been able to launch several new innovations.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
A group in Cameroon is empowering local women by providing them with solar panels and the training to use them. The program brings a source of renewable energy and reduces pollution.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
A law is coming into effect in Russia that will redefine the way internet is governed in the country. Russia says the law will allow internet providers to filter content to ‘protect’ its citizens. It wants Russian data to remain within its border and prevent outside forces from disrupting its internal internet infrastructure. Critics say, the l ...…
 
An initiative in Lagos is helping kids learn about the environment through a small zoo where they can see the country's flora and fauna. Another project teaches how to use plastic as resource to create something new.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
In Kenya, the country's first female Maasai ranger unit is teaming up with male colleagues to protect wildlife on their traditional land. It's a chance for equality and a sustainable income.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
A company in Germany is working on a sustainable smartphone that can be easily repaired and upgraded. It's a reaction to the many devices that end up as waste because of ever-shorter product lifespans.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Plastic waste is a major problem in Zanzibar, an island off the coast of Tanzania. But kids from two schools on the island are now collecting old plastic bottles, and they can even make money by selling them.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
This week millions of people were out on the streets of Lebanon demanding change. A lack of jobs, crumbling public services, rising living costs and rampant inequality had brought out people from all sections of the society. The proposed budget with more taxes, including one on WhatsApp, is seen as the straw that broke the camel’s back. Since t ...…
 
An Ivory Coast startup is using drones to help the country's agriculture sector become more productive and more sustainable. The founders hope the innovation will attract more young people into farming.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
With bee populations around the world declining dramatically, innovative startups are moving in with technological solutions to help protect them. We meet the firms buzzing with ideas to keep bees safe and healthy.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Apes are under threat accross Africa. But in Uganda, they've found a sanctuary. Kibale Forest National Park is widely seen as the primate capital of the world, and ecotourism projects are helping it stay that way.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Big News I am starting a production company creating Indian based dramas documentaries & animation shows package them up for multicultural audiences around the world. So if you are writer ,scriptwriter, producer animators or know someone who is or has an original and interesting story tell or want to pitch me your concepts Then get in touch and ...…
 
Cameroon is losing forest at a dramatic pace – with ebony trees fast disappearing. Now a Cameroon sawmill has partnered with US instrument maker Taylor Guitars, which favors the high-quality wood, to replant ebony trees.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
A women's cooperative in Burkina Faso is combining female empowerment with eco protection: it employs around 100 women, providing them with training and an income, to turn plastic waste into new goods such as bags.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Canada is a vast country with rich natural resources. For decades it has relied on global trade and a stable international order to prosper. As Canada heads to polls on the 21st of October, it finds itself with challenges at home and abroad that could bring significant changes to the idea of what Canada is. Its more powerful and influential nei ...…
 
Tanzania's biggest city Dar es Salaam suffers from big traffic problems – but a bus rapid transit system plans to get residents moving again. The current buses are also being phased out for more eco-friendly vehicles.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
In the face of power supply challenges, a school in Nigeria has decided to generate its own electricity. Not only does that make the school more self-sufficient, it’s also helping the environment and encourages children to value a sustainable future.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Eco activists in Belarus are protesting against government plans to turn the Pripyat River into an international shipping route. Conservationists warn it would threaten rare bird species who live in the river basin.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
There are only 100 of the critically-endangered Mountain Bongo antelope left in the wild in its native Kenya. But the only Mountain Bongo breeding program in the world is hoping to boost the species’ numbers.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
Hello everyone welcome back to BeProvided Conservation Radio, this is your host, Marcia Sivek. In today’s episode I speak via telephone with Lisa Owens Viani, cofounder of Raptors are the Solution or in short RATS. We discuss the topic of rodenticides or rat poison that seems to me, to be the DDT of our times and it is very important to learn m ...…
 
Sit back & enjoy some of the best moments of The indian Startup Show. But first I would like to pay tribute to everyone listening and subscribing to show for the past four years. Without you, this podcast would not have been possible! I’m very grateful. You will hear from ­Anupama Gowda, Co-founder of Workbench Projects - On building a maker sp ...…
 
Following a late evening phone conversation with the president of Turkey, President Trump approved the Turkish decision to send troops in parts of Syria that are now controlled by American backed Kurdish forces. He said that it is time for the US troops to be pulled out. The announcement caught America’s allies by surprise, and the president’s ...…
 
After analyzing why the country's mangroves were being cut down, an NGO finally had the right battle tools: better ovens to smoke fish, more effective rice planting and a way to use solar power for salt production.By DW.COM | Deutsche Welle
 
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