For Africa to avoid the worst effects of climate change, the continent will have to find a staggering $3trn by 2030. Can Africa pull it off? asks Wanjohi Kabukuru.
The concept of the Blue Economy was born in Africa, in the Seychelles. It began as one leader’s vision and now encompasses the world, as Wanjohi Kabukuru explains
The oil spill off Mauritius earlier this year is a sharp reminder that our oceans are fragile and need robust protection. Wanjohi Kabukuru reports
The Blue Economy was conceived in Africa, but the continent has fallen behind in the development of this vast source of wealth. Wanjohi Kabukuru investigates what is holding it back
Given that 38 of Africa’s 54 states are coastal and island nations, it is ironic that the continent is behind in the fisheries sector. Wanjohi Kabukuru suggests some solutions
It has been 60 years since the Kenya-Ethiopia Defence Pact was signed. Although ostensibly formed by the two countries to protect and come to each …