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The Commodification of Water is the Answer to Scarcity Experts Argue, But What Are the Implications for Africa?

The Commodification of Water is the Answer to Scarcity Experts Argue, But What Are the Implications for Africa?

According to the United Nations, by 2050, two-thirds of the world will not have access to water. One in three people still do not have access to clean water and it is estimated that about 842,000 deaths per year is attributable to unsafe water supply, sanitation and hygiene, with 361,000 deaths of them occurring in...

10 Ways You Can Help to Regenerate the Natural Environment

10 Ways You Can Help to Regenerate the Natural Environment

Regenerative farming, also known as biological farming, describes a group of farming practices that focus on maintaining soil health and the amazing benefits that come from healthy soil. Generally, regeneration is usually associated with farming and as our environmental consciousness increases, more farmers worldwide have begun to turn their focus to regenerative farming methods. Now...

Forceful or Conciliatory– What Form Should Activism Take?

Forceful or Conciliatory– What Form Should Activism Take?

Abuja, Nigeria: In December 2020, former US President Obama made a remark regarding activism. According to him, activism was supposed to be conciliatory and that “snappy” slogans like “Defund the Police” only served to alienate people. The comments sparked a backlash from activists across different causes. According to the activists, the ex-president was wrong. The...

Social Media Bans and Internet Censorship: Who Should Hold the Keys?

Social Media Bans and Internet Censorship: Who Should Hold the Keys?

Abuja, Nigeria: It’s official– President Trump has left the White House. The buildup to his exit was a huge rollercoaster of events, one of the most notable being his unceremonious exit from Twitter. Almost everyone is familiar with the circumstances surrounding Trump’s Twitter ban. In the aftermath of that, a lot has been said about...

Should We Really Eat the Rich?

Should We Really Eat the Rich?

The coronavirus pandemic has clearly shown us all the underlying rot in the economic systems in many parts of the world. By this, I mean that if you aren’t aware, the world’s billionaires have gotten richer while the rest of the world has been impoverished. According to the BBC, the wealth of the world’s billionaires...

10 Eco Travel Destinations in Africa to Tick Off Your Bucket List

10 Eco Travel Destinations in Africa to Tick Off Your Bucket List

Africa is a traveler’s absolute delight not just because the continent permits an enjoyment of complete anonymity but also because of its very many unfamiliar territories and cultures. A vast and highly diverse continent full of fascinating cultures, dramatic scenery and extraordinary wildlife, Africa offers incredible travel experiences that can’t be found elsewhere in the...

10 Instagram Accounts to Follow for African Vegan Recipes and Plant-Based Eats

10 Instagram Accounts to Follow for African Vegan Recipes and Plant-Based Eats

Veganism has grown in leaps and bounds in the last few years. Whether in real life or social media, everywhere you look, there’s a campaign calling for more people to eat vegan. The market has clearly responded because the number of restaurants, cafes, businesses and individuals embracing vegan food has swelled. Of course with this...