||September 23, 2015|
Saving water loss by fixing wasteful leaks
A dripping tap or leaking toilet can on average waste up to 30 litres of water an hour. This, multiplied over thousands of leaking pipes and taps across South Africa, cascades into an avalanche of lost water.
||March 15, 2012 |
Solar Energy Brings Food, Water, and Light to West Africa
Solar power can be more economical than internal combustion engines, if the cost-benefit analysis looks beyond the short term.
||January 25, 2016 |
Zimbabwe Set to Introduce Strict Water Conservation Measures
Muchinguri Kashiri said most local dams are less than 50 percent full, a situation which is raising alarm as they are usually full at this time of the year.
||January 26, 2016 |
Universal renewable energy possible in Uganda by 2050
[KAMPALA] Uganda could attain universal renewable energy coverage by 2050 because the country is endowed with immense potential energy sources such as wind, biomass and the sun, says a report.
||March 20, 2015 |
Water Fund to benefit conservation
The project, known as Nairobi Water Fund, has been described as the first in Africa by its implementing partners, and is expected to generate US$21.5 million in long-term benefits to Kenyan consumers, farmers and businesses.