Dagim Terefe is an award-winning Ethiopian freelance journalist. His reports and documentary films, featured e.g. on Thomson Reuters, CHN,MiCT, InfoNile, Addis TV and Fana Broadcasting, mostly focus on environmental and climate change topics. Dagim holds a Master of Arts Degree in Journalism and Communication and has over nine years of experience in TV, radio, and multimedia journalism.
Ethiopia’s capital city has some of the highest carbon monoxide levels in the world. The primary driver: vehicle emissions.
The Niles correspondents take a closer look at 20 years Nile Basin Initiative and why nations that share the same resource – the River Nile – must unite.
A presentation of the cultural landscape recently inscribed in the world heritage list by Unesco
The world’s fastest growing plant is harming the fishing industry, agriculture, and local tourism in northwestern Ethiopia, the source of the Blue Nile.