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...

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...

Enhancing food security through solar-powered irrigation in Matabeleland

Introduction The climate in Gwanda is referred to as a local steppe type of weather. During the year there is little rainfall averaging 477mm, with...

Adapted seeds: The missing link in the fight against drought

Over seventy-five women small holder farmers huddle excitedly inside a classroom at Mafeha Primary School during a recent seed fair in Bulilima district in...

Connecting the Dots: Wildlife, The Youth & Climate Change

Zimbabwe is home to a diverse array of wildlife that is so important to our culture. It is sad to note that it faces...

Using The Climate Smart Village Approach To Build Climate Resilience In Chiredzi

To date, three climate-smart villages have successfully been set up in Chiredzi district, helping farmers adapt and build resilience to climate change in a...

Climate Change – Africa’s New Development Threat?

Why Africa should remain below the 20C (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) In 2013, global leaders gathered at the UN Climate Conference in Bonn (Germany) to...

Accelerating Youth Participation and Involvement in National and International Development Processes through Youth Forums

While young people across the world are a diverse group, we’re all bound by the common understanding that we’re an underrepresented group in decision...
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