Rural Tanzania’s Eco-Innovation Center

Ngerengere River Eco Camp is a radical experiment in volunteer-driven sustainable development innovation. It’s currently focused on how to transform the local economy from one based on illegal logging for low-value charcoal production and over-grazing by cattle, to high-value, sustainable options like beekeeping, planting fruit orchards, and chicken farming.

African Wildlife: The Fine Line Between Scourge and Savior

In rural Sub-Saharan Africa, communities co-exist with elephants and hippos that can devour a field of crops in a night, and lions and hyenas that feast on untended cows and goats. Finding ways to reduce and manage these conflicts, while turning the surrounding wilderness into a valuable economic asset, may be the only way to ensure the continued existence of the ecosystem from which our species evolved. Read how ChangeStream Media is exploring this topic, starting in Namibia.