Harare urged to update master-plan for effective wetlands protection

Official data shows that approximately 50% of the 1 117 wetlands countrywide were lost between 1980 and 2020.
By Kennedy Nyavaya Feb. 2, 2024

Loss and damage fund a boon for local victims of natural disasters

Victims of Cyclone Idai, which devastated eastern districts of Zimbabwe in March 2019 remain trapped in extreme poverty as they lack financial resources to rebuild their lives.
By Amh Voices Dec. 17, 2023

We’re to blame for cholera, Harare officials

In Harare, cholera is now endemic because of water shortages and poor sanitation, with government being accused of failing to provide funds for the purchase of water treatment chemicals.
By Lorraine Muromo and Sharon Buwerimwe Nov. 24, 2023

The “haves” and “have-nots” in climate justice

Climate justice is a concept that addresses the just division, fair sharing and equitable distribution of the burdens of climate change as well as its mitigation and responsibilities.
By Farai Nhekairo Oct. 2, 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

Climate and environmental justice as human rights tools

Many questions arise when such climate justice issues as human rights are twisted to mean what the global powers want.
By Peter Makwanya May. 1, 2023

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