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Cliff Chiduku

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Zimbabwe needs paradigm shift in waste management

Plastic waste is literally everywhere — in towns, cities, in illegal dumpsites, on street pavements, in people’s backyards — just everywhere.
By Cliff Chiduku May. 7, 2023

Polluter pays principle, key to environmental justice

Companies that violate these regulations face fines or penalties.
By Cliff Chiduku Jul. 10, 2023

Industrial hemp and climate change: The nexus

Faced with record greenhouse gas concentrations and unpredictable weather patterns, there is need for action to arrest the situation.
By Cliff Chiduku Jul. 14, 2023

Why Zim must prioritise climate change fight

The storm and subsequent flooding and landslides left 340 people dead and many others missing.
By Cliff Chiduku Jul. 18, 2023

Of climate change and ‘free riders’

There is no doubt that freeriding undermines global efforts to address climate change, it creates an inequitable distribution of the costs and burdens associated with the climate crisis.
By Cliff Chiduku Jul. 28, 2023

Of climate change, ‘free raiders’

Since climate change is a global issue, it requires global action and cooperation among nations to effectively mitigate its impacts.
By Cliff Chiduku Jul. 28, 2023

Litigation new frontier in seeking climate justice

This figure is likely to increase this year as more people became more conscious of their rights.
By Cliff Chiduku Aug. 4, 2023

Litigation, a new frontier for climate justice

Climate litigation is crucial in tackling climate change and driving policy changes towards a sustainable future.
By Cliff Chiduku Aug. 4, 2023

Role of indigenous knowledge systems on climate change

The United Nations acknowledges that indigenous knowledge systems (IKS) providecritical insights and sustainable solutions to addressclimate change.
By Cliff Chiduku Aug. 11, 2023

Village Rhapsody: Tackling Harare’s waste management woes

Even though waste management is a nagging problem in Harare, it is not a new one; it has persisted over the years.
By Cliff Chiduku Aug. 26, 2023

Veld fires: Let us not drop down our guard

Owing to good rains that most areas received this year, analysts have warned that Zimbabwe is very susceptible to veld fires.
By Cliff Chiduku Sep. 1, 2023

How climate change is disrupting food, nutritional security in Zim

This week also provides a platform for advocating for the adoption of policies and interventions that promote nutrition security at the national and global levels.
By Cliff Chiduku Sep. 22, 2023

Should Africa demand climate reparations?

The continent is facing crop failures, water scarcity, displacement of communities, and is starring increased vulnerability to diseases.
By Cliff Chiduku Oct. 6, 2023

Village Rhapsody: Climate change: Why Africa must tell its story

Families in Mozambique are being forced to drink salt water that keeps getting into their fields because of rising sea levels.
By Cliff Chiduku Oct. 15, 2023

Village Rhapsody: Climate change: Women are our first line of defence

Conservation and environmental stewardship are also areas where women are making significant contributions to climate action.
By Cliff Chiduku Nov. 19, 2023

Village Rhapsody: Zimbabwe has a waste management crisis

A few years ago, President Emmerson Mnangagwa declared the first Friday of every month National Clean Up Day. 
By Cliff Chiduku Dec. 3, 2023

Village Rhapsody: Domestic funding key to tackling climate crisis

The money required for energy transition, climate adaptation and mitigation is overwhelming.
By Cliff Chiduku Dec. 10, 2023

Applying ubuntu template in climate change

Applying the ubuntu philosophy could be a gamechanger in achieving net zero emission, building adaption strategies and resilient communities.
By Cliff Chiduku Jun. 15, 2024