Current climate talks in Morocco are a golden opportunity for making strides on the adaptation of African agriculture.
Earth's warming just hit a terrible new threshold; number of climate records broken in last few years is stunning
We just experienced the hottest April in 137 years of record keeping, and it also was the 12th consecutive month to set a new record
The city is geographically large but under-developed. This gives the city a chance to develop in a far more climate-compatible way than many others
This year millions in an impressive 178 countries and territories came together to highlight climate change, and the continent played its part.
Bonds to help develop sustainable fisheries; if successful could be expanded to Comoros, Madagascar and Mauritius
Economic pain will likely continue, the China-Africa romance enters a new, more clear-eyed phase, and terror groups on the back pedal
How do you get nearly 200 nations with such varied interests to agree on such a major deal? Sometimes its the simple things that make a difference.
As landmark climate deal signed, here's why it's just in time for Africa—where villages are being 'swallowed whole'
The overriding emotion was relief, and on the continent where livelihoods are overnight disappearing, a big cause for celebration and hope.
10 African early entrants include DR Congo, Ethiopia, Kenya, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Niger, Rwanda, Togo and Uganda.
Talks are under way with Rwanda and DR Congo to determine how they can gain access to the satellite images.
Countries like Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda and South Africa are emerging as frontrunners in the global transition to low carbon energy.
The mosquito, already the world's deadliest, is set to further thrive if global warming is not reined in. A deal in Paris could yet save the day.
The desert sands are encroaching on the Niger River itself, threatening the survival of more than 100 million people living in its basin.
Climate change could lead to 43 million more Africans living in poverty by 2030 unless action is taken.
Global marine populations have been slashed by half since 1970 due to human activity, startling new study shows
WWF's Living Blue Planet Report says while the damage is immense, the ocean is a renewable resource--but there's no time to waste.
Temperatures were as high as 47 degrees Celsius (117 degrees Fahrenheit) in parts of southern Egypt over the past week.
The temperature is higher by four to five degrees than what is usually seen, and the humidity is very high this month.
Tanzania leads Africa in worrying about ISIS – 51% of respondents say they are very concerned about the group, the highest response for that issue.
Angola, Nigeria and Ethiopia are some real stars in the push to put food on African tables.