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Two young men in a boat pass a flooded homestead in South Sudan. (photo: The Niles / Bullen Chol)
When deeds speak, words are nothing
Mankind’s impact on nature is threatening the environment and the very resources we need to survive. The Niles correspondents set out to explore where and how people in the Nile Basin region rethink. The findings for now: We are an endlessly innovative species. Cooperation is our superpower. When deeds speak, words are nothing.
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re‹think the way we communicate

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Remember, when deeds speak, words are nothing.
11.03.2022
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Anthony Ochieng
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re‹think the way we communicate

Stick to the facts, avoid sparking conflict

Elzahraa Jadallah
Taking a closer look at the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam news coverage in Sudan, Ethiopia and Egypt, media outlets urgently need to rethink their polarising reporting, comments Elzahraa Jadallah.
10.03.2022
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re‹think the way we communicate

Cease nationalistic reporting, embrace diverse sources

Henry Lutaaya
The media needs to air more perspectives and tighten its links to scientists to protect valuable natural resources, comments Henry Lutaaya.
9.03.2022
A satellite image of the Sudd taken from the China-Brazil Earth Resources Satellite 4. (photo: Flickr / John & Mel Kots) A satellite image of the Sudd taken from the China-Brazil Earth Resources Satellite 4. (photo: Flickr / John & Mel Kots) A satellite image of the Sudd taken from the China-Brazil Earth Resources Satellite 4. (photo: Flickr / John & Mel Kots)
re‹think the way we use land

South Sudan’s struggle for its wetlands

Waakhe Simon
Toothless laws and a lack of neutral oversight are thwarting South Sudan’s efforts to safeguard its nature.
8.03.2022
re‹think the way we use land

Wetlands: A vital tool to mitigate climate change

Fabien Niyonizigiye
Wetlands can put the brakes on the impacts of climate change. The case of the Rweru-Bugesera wetland shows why it’s high time we do more to protect them.
7.03.2022
re‹think the way we eat

Improving food security: One drip at a time

Sarah Natoolo
It is a daunting challenge to produce enough food for the growing Nile Basin population, and climate change makes farming even tougher.
25.02.2022
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