Rich countries with good recycling infrastructure hold Southeast Asia responsible for plastic waste polluting the sea. A fact-check shows that's not fair.

It's an instinct we reach for when told we've messed up: blame. But when it comes to plastics that sully oceans — killing fish and potentially…

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South Africa is set to commence construction of first plastic road in Africa. The Kouga Municipality, together with a Scottish company and SA civil engineering experts will develop the project.

Horatio Hendricks, Mayor of Kouga Municipality revealed the reports and said that the road project aims at solving…

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Tired of seeing Senegal’s seascapes spoiled by ever-growing mounds of cheap plastic bags, authorities plan to crack down on polluters by imposing fines and further restricting plastic use.

The West African country, whose beaches on the Atlantic attract tourists from all over the world, is one of the…

Read more: Senegal is cracking down on plastic waste

Lamu county has a mangrove cover of 33,500 hectares, which translates to about 60 per cent of Kenya's total mangrove cover.

For many centuries, mangroves have been an important trade item, helping to build a prosperous coastal Swahili civilisation.

Globally, mangrove forests are rare and cover only around…

Read more: KFS leads efforts to strengthen mangrove management in Lamu

Tired of seeing Senegal’s seascapes spoiled by ever-growing mounds of cheap plastic bags, authorities plan to crack down on polluters by imposing fines and further restricting plastic use. The West African country, whose beaches on the Atlantic attract tourists from all over the world, is one of the…

Read more: Senegal to crack down on huge plastic waste by enforcing law