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Walking out of charcoal as an alternative fuel
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Then it came up with measures that were meant to control the production of charcoal in an effort to curb the depletion of forests and destruction of the environment at large. NYASIGO KORNEL highlights.


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Rethinking of recycled products in Tanzania
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So you’re wondering how to make good purchasing decisions at home and works that help to reduce society’s solid waste burden? Buying recycled products is one way to help. The question is whether Tanzania has undergone recycling of products?


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Posted By: Nyasigo Kornel


Dar: getting prepared for better times
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Dar es Salaam is just like any other city in developing countries grappling with the various problems of rapid growth and development in the face of a rather erratic and unreliable transport system. But the situation is likely to be transformed dramatically when and if the city government, in a bid to address the challenges of growth, adopts a strategy, which from thereafter would continue the growth process without compromising the quality of life of its citizens. The results will be for all to see the sustainable transportation system that would evolve in the city and of course, make it a model city for developing countries. Our Correspondent IMANI LWINGA writes


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Can Tanzania be the partners of the clean fuel vehicles?
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One million people are moving into cities every week, causing, traffic gridlock, declining air and water quality, and loss of green space. Air pollution in many cities in the developing world is reaching crisis proportions the third session of the World Urban. Writes NYASIGO KORNEL.


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Tanzania participated in Habitat Jam Forum at TGDLC
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Tens of thousands of people from all countries of the world and walks of life participated during the 72-hour event online Global Discussion. In Tanzania the participants aired their views at Tanzania Global Development and Learning Centre (TGDLC). The most aired challenge was on the changes can be made to dramatically and immediately improve the lives of the urban poor? Analyses NYASIGO KORNEL.


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Biotechnology is ill but media can heal!
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In industrialized world, modern biotechnology is reckoned as a hero but in developing countries it is more or less liken to a sick man.


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Posted By: ALOYCE MENDA


Wildlife boosts poverty in rural communities
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While the Government of Tanzania earns substantial income from wildlife tourism, the same wild animals enhance poverty in certain rural communities to the extent that worries researchers on poverty alleviation.


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Posted By: ALOYCE MENDA


Rapid sub-urban developments harm poor dwellers
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The poor dwellers in urban peripherals are subjects to severe poverty due to extending infrastructure and rapid building construction towards their areas. As these inevitable developments take place land demand increases and the poor dwellers relying on it became the victims of eviction orders.


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Posted By: ALOYCE MENDA


Controversies over ICT benefits to Africa
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Like medicaments every technology has pros and cons. So are the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).


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Posted By: ALOYCE MENDA


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