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For the past five years in Cameroon, illegal ape trafficking has been taking a deadly toll on the country’s wildlife. The bush meat and ape limb trade is rising, and conservationists are struggling to crack […]
One of the biggest challenges for Europe when it comes to migration is the action of human traffickers. But it’s a problem across the globe. In Africa, child trafficking is a scourge across the continent. […]
Last week, Kenya implemented a nationwide plastic ban – set to reduce the amount of plastic pollution and its impacts on the environment.
What could happen come August 8? CGTN Africa’s Oliver Jarvis discusses the results of a national opinion poll with research analyst Dr Tom Wolf, to try and determine which way the election could swing.
Lead researcher Dr Tom Wolf tells CGTN Africa’s Oliver Jarvis that even though the polls show Kenyans to be unhappy with the current state of the country, it doesn’t mean that they will put confidence in a different leadership.
“You see, what I found after twelve years of work with dolphins is that the limits are not in them, the limits are in us. So I had to go away and find out, who am I? What’s this all about?” Dr John Lily
What is intelligence? How do you measure it? For us, we tend to only accept intelligence displayed on the same evolutionary wavelength as our own – think little blue men with lasers and spaceships. We think of intelligence as the harnessing of technology, and the ability to think abstractly about striving to achieve growth and progress. Perhaps it is this that has made it easy for humans to reject the concept of intelligence in other species. But what if a species didn’t need technology to thrive; rather, what if that “technology” was in-built within that species?