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A rise in foreign industrial trawlers off the coast of Senegal is causing local fishermen to lose their livelihoods
West Africa loses $1.3 billion a year as a result of illegal fishing from foreign trawlers. Senegal, the country hardest hit, loses $300 million a year, or 2 percent of its GDP.
President Obama begins African tour in Senegal
Will the president's stop in Senegal signal new business relationships with West Africa?
African economies finally get some respect
President Obama is scheduled to meet with the leaders of four African nations at the White House. On the agenda: Democracy and opportunities to expand trade and investment.
Spilled and spoiled: Exploring two worlds of food waste
An alarming amount of the food we produce is never eaten. It’s a huge waste of land, water, labor, fuel and other resources. How to limit the losses? That depends on where we live.