As Zimbabwe struggles with drought, we must be ready for the next one

The World Food Programme (WFP) estimates that 2,7 million Zimbabweans currently require food assistance, and this number is expected to increase significantly in the coming months.
By Henry Roman 9h ago

It is not all doom and gloom: We can still save our planet

While mitigation efforts focus on reducing the causes of climate change, adaptation measures are essential for coping with the existing and anticipated impacts.
By Darlington Muyambwa Jun. 14, 2024

The climate brief: Why is our climate changing?

This dynamic is particularly pertinent in discussions about climate change, although it could be a topic for another time.
By Darlington Muyambwa May. 31, 2024

Climate change: Zim must act now

Additionally, it has been found that meaningful engagement is essential for ensuring that policies are developed in a socially responsible manner.
By Zvikomborero Sibanda May. 31, 2024

‘Africa needs to rethink land tenure model’

Murisa said discussions around climate change needed to be thought around innovations in understanding that Africa remains rural.
By Melody Chikono May. 30, 2024

Temperatures in Pakistan cross 52 degrees Celsius

Extreme temperatures throughout Asia over the past month were made worse most likely as a result of human-driven climate change, a team of international scientists have said.
By CNN May. 28, 2024
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Serious fodder shortage hits Zim’s dairy industry

This shortage has a substantial impact on the livestock sector, affecting milk production and the overall economy.
By Mthandazo Nyoni May. 26, 2024

‘New houses must take climate change into consideration’

Kitio said with worries over the effects of traditional buildings on climate escalating, measures to limit the carbon footprint were immediately required.
By Julia Ndlela May. 24, 2024

Financial sector: More than just banking

By taking a climate risk lens at their portfolios and transactions, the financial sector can identify opportunities for steering capital towards climate investments.
By Cynthia Tapera May. 24, 2024