Category: Climate

Cyclone Pam destroyed infrastructure in Vanuatu in 2015 (Photo: Humans of Vanuatu)

Commonwealth heads meet in London amid claims of climate inequality

By Husna Rizvi for Climate Home News The UK emits as much as 18 of its former colonies, a report finds, and, along with Australia and Canada, isn’t doing its fair...

87-year-old Elizabeth Nyahoda (a member of Neverlate Group) recounts success stories of the farming project

Multi-sectoral response to food and nutrition security bears positive outcomes in Mutasa

By Byron Mutingwende   Judith Mafunga Chikono, a member of the Neverlate Horticulture group in Ward 18 of Mutasa District recounts how she has benefitted from the...

Women working in a rice field

World urged to keep climate change in check

By Nevson Mpofu and Byron Mutingwende Yes, there is necessity to stay below 1,5 degrees of warming. This is done for the betterment of human livelihoods and for survival...

Ambassador Zenzo Nsimbi, EMA Board Chairman

EMA, Zimbabwe Smart Group aim to create litter free spaces

By Patricia Mashiri and Joyce Mukucha In pursuit of enhancing a positive attitude by authorities and learners in the school to learn in a litter free environment, the...

Albert Chikondo, Senior Principal Director in the Office of the President and Cabinet (standing left) and George Kembo, FNC Director

Zimbabwe launches research and academia platform for scaling up nutrition

By Byron Mutingwende   Zimbabwe has launched a research and academia platform for scaling up nutrition in order to accelerate the achievement of national social and...

Panel of partners at launch of 2017 Zimbabwe Human Development Report

2017 Zimbabwe Human Development Report focuses on climate resilience building

By Byron Mutingwende   Building a climate resilient nation is among the country’s aspirations and the focus of the 2017 Zimbabwe Human Development Report (ZHDR)...

Amabasador Grace Mutandiro, the Permanent secretary in the Ministry of Environment, Water and Climate

Review working model – CAMPFIRE implementers urged

The Communal Areas Management Programme for Indigenous Resources (CAMPFIRE) has been urged to review its working model to meet modern trends that improve performance....

Calum Philp, Maging Director of ProDairy

ProDairy seeks to boost production to meet the national milk demand

ProDairy, a new dairy company within ProBrands has imported 600 heifers from South Africa, bought irrigation equipment and feed from the invested US$6 million in pursuit...

Kazumi Ikeda-Larhed (L), The Deputy-Director, Partnerships and South-South Cooperation Division of FAO

FAO partners with PAP to engage African youth in the ‘Zero Hunger’ campaign

The Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) will further enhance its partnership with the Pan African Parliament in a bid to ensure that significant numbers of youths...

Edgar Mbwembwe, Member of Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Environment, Water, Climate and Hospitality Industry

Miners indiscriminately destroying the environment

By Byron Mutingwende   The Marange Development Trust has bemoaned the indiscriminate destruction of the environment by miners in the diamond area of Manicaland....