By Moses Ziyambi With climate change increasingly becoming mankind’s greatest existential threat, climate smart agriculture has become a buzzword but effective responses to the crisis remain dispersed and far between.
By Nhau Mangirazi KARIBA- Thirty eight year old Shorai Dhambe is a worried widow who lost her vegetables at Nyamhunga market on several occasions.
By Nhau Mangirazi HARARE– Zimbabweans are still yet to come to the reality of effects of wetlands with calls for reviewing of the national environment policy and strategies of 2009.
By Felix Matasva MUTARE – Two Dangamvura-based professional beekeepers have established a bee sanctuary on a deforested mountain surrounding the western high density suburb as part of efforts to rebuild
By Brighton Chiseva MASVINGO – Farmers at Mushandike Irrigation Scheme have told the Deputy Minister of Agriculture Douglas Karoro that illegal settlers who occupied their grazing lands were a threat
By NJ Ayuk Pressure is building to phase out fossil fuels in Africa to fight climate change. Organizations ranging from the World Bank to the European Investment Bank (EIB) have
By Tafadzwa Muranganwa A cluster of civic society, community-based and residents organisations is not relenting on its fight against wetlands invasions mostly in the capital city,Harare . The Harare Wetlands
By Nhau Mangirazi KAROI– Forestry Commission has been challenged to work closely with all stakeholders as it steps up its efforts to encourage Zimbabweans to revive damaged forests due to
By Nhau Mangirazi KAROI- There is need for the tobacco industry working in Hurungwe and others parts of the country to mitigate effects of climate change through safeguarding forests. Hurungwe
By Nhau Mangirazi KAROI– Traditional leaders within Hurungwe do not want their powers clipped by the Forest bill as they want to control newly resettlement areas to protect forests and