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Update – Towards the National Adaptation Plan

The National Adaptation Plan In 2016, the Ministry of Environment, Water and Climate embarked on the development of a stocktaking report for the National Adaptation...

The Climate ‘is’ Changing

As we draw closer to this year's elections, it is important that we put in place a government that prioritises the environment and climate...

Mushroom farming for food security in Zimbabwe

Mushroom farming for food security in Zimbabwe.There are many types of mushrooms grow across the globe. My focus in this article is oyster Mushroom...

Indigenous Fruits of Zimbabwe

A few years ago I was in Watsomba and came across so many indigenous wild fruits and it took me back to the days...

The Exceptional Resurrecting Bush

Medline lives in Ward 16 Chivi district, rural Zimbabwe. Her area has been receiving less and less rain over the past decade. Farmers like...

Climate Change And Persons Living With Disabilities

Heavy rains, tropical cyclones and droughts do not discriminate when they hit. But when disaster strikes, poor and vulnerable groups are often left behind...

The key to Zimbabwe’s socio economic development is a sustainable communications strategy

A turnkey communication strategy needs to be in place to not only build goodwill and understanding between citizens and the presidium, but to also...

Fight Climate Change; Stay Below 1, 5 Degrees Of Warming

The global population today faces immense socio- economic and political challenges.  Most countries especially in Africa are seriously affected by extreme poverty where an...

Zimbo Green January clean up

I went into Harare on 6 January to assist Maritime with the ZimboGreen clean up in CBD. Wires were crossed, and it turns out...

Mountain Guides Boost Zimbabwe Tourism

Some people cannot resist Mountains. All over the world people pit their fitness and climbing skills 'against' the great crags and slopes of our...

Killing for Conservation

No animal better portrays the plight of African wildlife than the rhino. There are a lot of charitable organisations and media campaigns around the...

Zimbabwe’s Open for Business Policy Vs Advancing a Sustainable National Economic Vision

A gleaming convoy of mint Freightliners whooshes past the narrow, well-worn dusty strips of road in one of the country's busiest highways. Heavily laden,...

Youth And The Environment: “The Forgotten Relationship”

The youth have special concerns and special responsibilities in relation to the environment. A number of environmental risks and hazards disproportionately affect young people,...

Facing Extinction

Sudan, A Stark Reminder,  Bringing Rhino Conservation Issues To The Forefront On the 19th of March, the world mourned the death of one of the...

Redefining Development in the Age of Climate Change

Climate change has slowly grown to be a complex challenge in the early years of the 21st century.  Its effects on development is profound...

Care for yourself, Care for Mother Nature

Life as we know it will never be the same! The statement itself seems to be a paradox when we think of the fact...

Stepping up efforts for Sustainable Development in Zimbabwe

With time passing and more effects of climate change being felt in Zimbabwe this is a call to step up our efforts. SustainZim is...

Fertilizers, Pesticides, Residential Areas And Water Wells

Farming has long since been in the nature of the Zimbabwean people. It is the backbone upon which our society has built and maintained...

Livestock Production in the Face of Climate Change

Sparsely distributed Mopani vegetation characterised by patches of grass can be noted when entering ward 30 of Buhera District. In some places, vast areas...

Summary of the2017 United Nations Climate Change Negotiations (COP23)

Introduction The climate change talks ended in the morning of the 18th of November 2017 with a clear roadmap for finalization of the rulebook that...
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