Reflections on COP28

Needless to say, a sense of urgency around climate change issues is prevalent in global discussions, at continental, regional and local level too.
By Darlington Mafa Nov. 17, 2023

Understanding carbon credits (I)

Scientific studies have proven that greenhouse gasses trap the sun's heat, making it more concentrated and last much longer than it should.
By Kevin Tutani Oct. 13, 2023

Post COP27, taking stock, celebrating or counting losses

The events that lead to COP27, witnessed slow progress, with rich countries blocking progress on the sticking issue of loss and damage.
By Peter Makwanya Nov. 28, 2022

Why loss and damage is such a sticking issue at COP27

Loss and damage, including fossil fuel burning have witnessed negotiating partners developing a cat and mouse relationship at the just ended COP27.
By Peter Makwanya Nov. 21, 2022

NPAZ exposes govt falsehoods peddled at ACHPR

Mnangagwa’s lieutenants had in October misrepresented before the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights (ACHPR) during its 73rd ordinary session held in Banjul, The Gambia.
By Amh Voices Nov. 17, 2022

Is the emission-free climate future still possible?

While COP27 is supposed to build upon the outcomes of COP26, quite a number of things have changed dramatically since Glasgow COP26.
By Peter Makwanya Oct. 17, 2022

Placement of climate justice in the overall climate change discourse

Attempts to interrogate and address issues of climate change appear to have failed to factor in climate justice issues effectively and sufficiently.
By Peter Makwanya Oct. 10, 2022

Why developing countries pin their hopes on climate finance?

Mitigation and adaptation require substantial financial injections and that is where climate finance comes in
By Peter Makwanya Sep. 26, 2022