Nile River Dam Raises Tensions Between Neighbors

Nile River Dam Raises Tensions Between Neighbors

by Julia Fine, ODP Contributing Writer The largest hydroelectric dam in Africa, located in Ethiopia, is now nearly completed after nearly a decade of work, Declan Walsh reported in the New York Times this week. While many Ethiopian people are lauding the measure, Egyptian leaders have said the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) poses an […]

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Ethiopia’s Green Legacy – Hundreds of Millions of New Trees Planted

Ethiopia’s Green Legacy – Hundreds of Millions of New Trees Planted

On Monday, Ethiopians around the nation planted trees — and not just a few — the citizens of the second-largest African nation planted 353 million trees in just 12 hours as part of the “Green Legacy” initiative led by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed.

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