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Chilli bombs and honeybees: Weapons in Tanzania’s human-elephant conflict

Al Jazeera 11 Jun 2024
Across Tanzania, an East African country bursting with jungles and wildlife, expanding human populations are encroaching more and more on wildlife spaces, putting people on a collision course with roaming animals in increasingly fatal events.
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Midnight lion raids spur human-wildlife conflict fears in Tanzania

Anadolu Agency 29 May 2024
Across Tanzania, ... In Tanzania, 40% of the land has been designated for conservation, but illegal activities continue to threaten its biodiversity and ecosystems in and around protected lands.
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GCC-Africa trade ties set for a major boost

Khaleejtimes 26 May 2024
Angola, Egypt, Ethiopia, Liberia, Sudan, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe and other countries have agreed or are negotiating long-term land lease deals with GCC states.
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Menace on the Menu: The Financialisation of Farmland and the War on Food and Farming

GlobalResearch 16 May 2024
The IPES notes that some of land have been snapped up for carbon projects by a single ‘environmental asset creation’ firm, UAE-based ‘Blue Carbon’, through agreements with the governments of Kenya, Zimbabwe, Tanzania, Zambia and Liberia.
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Name: Biruk Tsehay

Capital Ethiopia 13 May 2024
2. Education. Biotechnology degree. 3. Company Name. Biruk Selamawit and Friends Compost Manufacturing. 4. Title. Founder and Manager. 5. Founded. 2021. 6. What it does. Production of organic fertilizer (compost). 7. Headquarters ... Tanzania ... Land Cruiser ....
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The world is obsessed with forests’ climate benefits. Here’s the problem.

Grist 10 May 2024
The result? Indigenous peoples are getting pushed out of their lands because of carbon offset projects ... Having forests nearby can make land more productive, increasing crop yields by more than 50 percent in some cases.
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Can scientists save your morning cup of coffee?

Hindustan Times 04 May 2024
Tanzania, for example, has significant areas of land 150 to 200 metres above where Arabica is currently grown that ought to work well for coffee-farming as temperatures rise ... plants on their land.
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Drought to deluge: East Africa bears brunt of climate change

Stars and Stripes 03 May 2024
While the system will probably weaken as it approaches the coast, it could dump even more rain once it reaches land. The death toll from the deluge already stands at 210 in Kenya, 155 in Tanzania and 29 fatalities in Burundi.
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Tourists evacuated from Kenya's Maasai Mara reserve amid flooding

Voa News 01 May 2024
The reserve, in southwestern Kenya, is a popular tourist destination because it features the annual wildebeest migration from the Serengeti in Tanzania. The Kenya Red Cross said it rescued 36 people by air and 25 others by land ... .
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Tourists evacuated from Kenya’s Maasai Mara reserve amid flooding and heavy rains

Wtop 01 May 2024
The reserve, in southwestern Kenya, is a popular tourist destination because it features the annual wildebeest migration from the Serengeti in Tanzania. The Kenya Red Cross said it rescued 36 people by air and 25 others by land ... Source .
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Tourists evacuated from Kenya's Maasai Mara reserve amid flooding and heavy rains

Newsday 01 May 2024
The reserve, in southwestern Kenya, is a popular tourist destination because it features the annual wildebeest migration from the Serengeti in Tanzania. The Kenya Red Cross said it rescued 36 people by air and 25 others by land ... Sign up ... Newsday ... ....
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UN Puts Spotlight on Attacks Against Indigenous Land Defenders

Scheerpost 24 Apr 2024
When around 70,000 Indigenous Maasai were expelled from their lands in northern Tanzania in 2022, it didn’t happen in a vacuum ... In 2021, of the 200 land and environmental defenders killed worldwide, more than 40 percent were Indigenous.
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Vijay Prashad: Landless Brazilians & Gaza

Consortium News 22 Apr 2024
This great inequality in land ownership is at the heart of the work of the MST, as well as organisations around the world such as Mviwata in Tanzania (about whom Tricontinetal will be publishing a ...
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Report: Attacks on Indigenous Land Defenders on the Rise

Truth Dig 19 Apr 2024
When around 70,000 Indigenous Maasai were expelled from their lands in northern Tanzania in 2022, it didn’t happen in a vacuum ... In 2021, of the 200 land and environmental defenders killed worldwide, more than 40 per cent were Indigenous.
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Insurance firms should shun the East African Crude Oil Pipeline

Al Jazeera 16 Apr 2024
When their land was allocated for the pipeline construction, they were not compensated immediately for it ... If the pipeline is completed, more than 100,000 people in Uganda and Tanzania will permanently lose land to make way for it.

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