“The fish in the river are gone”- Fishing communities devastated by El Ninoinduced drought, as Zimbabwe joins Malawi and Zambia in declaring a state of disaster, and ActionAid urges emergency action.

Over 20 million people in Southern Africa are facing a severe food security crisis due to the El Nino-induced drought. Affecting crop and livestock production as well as water availability in the region, according to a report by UNOCHA, the region is faced with a food insecurity crisis that threatens the health and well-being of millions, particularly young children, pregnant women, and the elderly.

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Zimbabwe to officially host The 15th Meeting of the Conference of Parties to the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands

Zimbabwe will become the second country in Africa to host the Conference of Parties on Ramsar Convention on Wetlands (COP15) in 2025.

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Zimbabwe’s First Lady champions “Zero Waste Movement in the Country”

By Tendai Guvamombe The First Lady of Zimbabwe, Dr Auxilia Munangagwa has championed the “Zero Waste Movement” in Zimbabwe through the implementation of sustainable waste management initiatives. After signing an international deceleration dubbed the “Global Zero Waste Movement” with other esteemed leaders, she moved on to localise the global call in the country. Today 4th […]

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City Fathers grilled for neglecting Warren Park degraded Land

The issue of Warren Park has been budgeted for years but they can't even allocate small amounts towards small actions. They will be doing things for the show

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Climate Action Symposium on the cards

EcoEthics Bangladesh, a youth movement in environment and climate change is set to host a hybrid workshop on Climate Action on the 19 January 2024 with a view to empower communities towards achieving sustainable change.

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Will UNFCCC mandate Cumulative Impacts Analysis?

Madhvi Chittoor Founder Madhvi4EcoEthics and Global EcoEthics movement and UN Child Advisor has become the first to challenge the UNFCCC to consider holding a cumulative impacts analysis on a Global scale.

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African CSOs call for scale-up of renewable energy

DUBAI – The Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) from Africa today at the ongoing COP28 in Dubai, issued a hard-hitting five-bullet statement on energy demands for Africa to the Africa Group of Negotiators on Climate Change.

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Quinton School partners Forestry Commission to commemorate the National Day of Tree Planting

The Forestry Commission has over the recent times partnered Zimbabwe's  Primary and Secondary Schools in a bid to create awareness and advancing climate action goals at local levels.

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Empowering Farmers: A Step Towards Sustainable Agriculture in Mutoko District

In the heart of Zimbabwe’s Mutoko District, a group of dedicated farmers is revolutionising the agricultural landscape. Through their hard work and determination, members of the Dorowera Irrigation Scheme in Ward 6 have found a sustainable livelihood and avoided urban vices.

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Reasons why Northern Mozambique is far from renewable energy goals

Investors are keen to support solar power in Northern Mozambique, but development on the ground is slow to take off. Amade Abubacar investigates why......

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