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Eleven EJN Fellows Cover UN Biodiversity Negotiations in Nairobi  

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EJN Hosts Media Workshop on Wildlife and Conservation Reporting in Fort Portal, Uganda

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EJN Partners Oxpeckers and InfoNile Launch #WildEye East Africa

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Bold Ocean Protection Plan Could Help Right One of the UK’s Historic Wrongs

Tracy Keeling
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Rwandan Conservation Strategy Leads to a Rise in Numbers of the Endangered Grey Crowned Cranes

Daniel Nzohabonimana
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Conservation Versus Investment: The Case of Yala Swamp, Kenya’s Largest Freshwater Wetland

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The Battle to Save Kenya’s Crop Biodiversity

Brian Alusa Ambani
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Lusophone Countries Have Adopted an Agreement to Promote Sustainable Fishing

Jeremias Feliciano Chemane
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Mozambique to Construct Monitoring and Risk Assessment Center to Combat IUU Fishing

Jeremias Feliciano Chemane
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The World is Going Green but South Africa is Still Waving a Brown Camouflage Flag

Bongani Siziba
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How Solar is Driving Nigeria’s Post-Pandemic Green Recovery

Rakiya Muhammad
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Inadequate Access to Energy a Recipe for Deforestation in Liberia

Evelyn Kpadeh Seagbeh
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Efforts to Restore Degraded Land in Northwest Cameroon Underway

Yukfu Sylvie Bantar
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The Politics of Climate Change: How Journalists in East Africa Can Scrutinize Green Agendas & Political Candidates

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Grassroots-Level Decisions Key to Curbing Land Degradation

Yukfu Sylvie Bantar
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Scaling Africa’s Great Green Wall to Tackle Drought in Zimbabwe

Busani Bafana
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Zimbabwe's Afforestation Drive Slows Down Land Degradation, Poverty

Busani Bafana
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UNCCD Negotiations: A Way Forward from Climate Change

Jubiel Zulu
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Patricia Kombo: Young Farmer Challenges Global Leaders

Robert Waswani Amalemba
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Calls for Action to Save Ruined Sugar Belt Soils

Robert Waswani Amalemba
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UNCCD: Women's Access to Land to be Strengthened in Lesotho

Mathatisi Sebusi
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Women at More Risk of Effects of Deforestation, Land Degradation, Drought, New UNCCD Study Reveals

Evelyn Kpadeh Seagbeh
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UNCCD COP15: Malawi Commits to Restoring 4.5 Million Hectares of Degraded Land

Leonard Masauli
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UNCCD Negotiations: Here's What You Have Missed

Chemtai Kirui
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UN Conference Identifies Land Ownership as a Major Problem for Women in Cameroon

Yukfu Sylvie Bantar
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Land Rights: UN Deputy Secretary-General Highlights Three Steps Toward Gender Equity

Paul Omorogbe
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UNCCD COP15 Ends with Pledge to Boost Drought Resilience, Invest in Land Restoration

Paul Omorogbe
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Lesotho Ahead on COP15 Agreed Tasks

Mathatisi Sebusi
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Addressing Women’s Land Rights Critical To Efforts To Fight Land Degradation, Desertification

Paul Omorogbe
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Forest Restoration and Reconstitution Efforts Underway in Grande Montagne Nature Reserve, Mauritius

David Casimir
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EJN’s Virtual Fellowship to UNCCD COP15 in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire Supports 10 African Journalists Covering Desertification, Land Use

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UNCCD Conference Highlights Challenges on Women’s Land Rights

Leonard Masauli
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