Category: Climate

Urban local authorities urged to embrace climate change adaptation strategies

By Byron Mutingwende   The ministry of water resources development and climate has introduced the National Adaption Plan (NAP) process to urban authorities to...

African campaigners call for US to be kicked out of climate talks

By Mantoe Phakathi in Bonn for Climate Home News African campaigners called for US negotiators to be barred from climate talks under way in Bonn, Germany, at a press...

Leading climate lawyer speaks out over sexual harassment at UN talks

  Farhana Yamin warns that in the confidential atmosphere of international negotiations, transgressions go unreported and unpunished By Megan Darby from Climate...

Poor countries spending climate cash on rich world consultants

Published on 02/11/2017, 11:42am Lack of expertise means money for climate protection is spent on consultancy fees, which African officials say end up back in wealthy...

Districts linked to food and nutrition security information system

By Byron Mutingwende   The government has launched the “district risk profiles” in a bid to ensure a national integrated food and nutrition security...

SOFA against sale of baby elephants to China

Speak out for Animals (SOFA) is concerned about the capture of baby Elephants in Zimbabwe that will be sold off to China. The animal advocates made the statement in...

Zimbabwe intensifies commitment to respond to climate change

By Patricia Mashiri After enduring the ravages of climate change, Zimbabwe has taken bold steps to rectify the problem by becoming a member of and actively participating...

Nutrition sensitive agriculture eliminating food insecurity, hidden hunger in Zimbabwe

By Byron Mutingwende   Trinity Musarurwa tenders her lettuce in the community-owned garden in Masiyarwa area, Zvimba District of Mashonaland West Province. She has...

UN spearheading resilience uptake in Masvingo

By Byron Mutingwende   Resilience science involves bringing together multiple strategies targeting a variety of stakeholders who are affected differently by the...

Conserving the African Lion: Antelope Park a torchbearer

By Byron Mutingwende   Talk of the beauty of wildlife in Gweru, the capital of the Midlands Province and all roads lead to Antelope Park just a few kilometres...