Speaking about sustainable development is easy. Acting sustainably is another matter. And now the evidence is unequivocal: Mankind’s impact on nature is causing the climate to change rapidly and drastically, threatening the environment and the very resources we need to survive.
Aware that humanity is careening close to the edge, The Niles correspondents set out to explore where and how people in the Nile Basin region rethink. So much of their findings for now: We are an endlessly innovative species. Cooperation is our superpower. When deeds speak, words are nothing.
The board is bigger than we think | MiCT, The Niles
re‹think the way we live and work
Climate change: ‘To whom does it belong to’? | Pius Sawa
Rethinking water security | Ronald Musoke
Water hostilities | HenryLutaaya
Rusinga Island’s climate-smart fishers | Anthony Ochieng
re‹think the way we use land
Wetlands: A vital tool to mitigate climate change | Fabien Niyonizigiye
The absence of law harms South Sudan’s fight for wetlands | Waakhe Simon
re‹think the way we communicate
Cease nationalistic reporting, embrace diverse sources | Henry Lutaaya
Stick to the facts, avoid sparking conflict | Elzahraa Jadallah
About sharing resources | MiCT, The Niles