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UN chief urges ministers to provide ‘decisive leadership’ on climate action

With nations striving to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and its devastating impacts, efforts must focus on decarbonizing the global economy and building a more inclusive and resilient future, the UN Secretary-General said on Monday. Addressing the fourth Ministerial Meeting of the Coalition of Finance Ministers for Climate Action, via a video message, Secretary-General António Guterres urged greater leadership […]

Sparks of climate leadership ignite at UNGA – for and from the Least Developed Countries

Thimphu, Bhutan – “Surprising announcements from some, with steadfast ambitions from others, is reinvigorating the climate scene.” As the 75th Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA 75) draws to a close, the Chair of the Least Developed Countries Group in the UN climate negotiations, Sonam P Wangdi, from the Kingdom of Bhutan, commented […]

Africa’s climate change fight gets a boost as Global Center on Adaptation sets up regional home at the African Development Bank

African leaders welcomed the opening of a regional office of the Global Center on Adaptation on Wednesday, voicing hopes it will spur the continent’s efforts to combat climate change. In speeches marking the virtual launch of GCA Africa, the leaders said the Center could also provide an impetus for a more resilient recovery after COVID-19, […]

Sub-Saharan Africa to benefit €5bn from EU green plan

Sub-Saharan Africa will  benefit €5 billion from EU Green Economy Recovery Plan, an EU official has said. Mr Leonard Mizzi, the Head of Unit, Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development, European Commission, made this known at the ongoing 2020 virtual summit of the African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) hosted by Rwanda. Speaking at a panel discussion tagged: “The Key […]

Prepare for flash floods this rainy season, experts warn

Zimbabwe must have contingency plans for flash floods that could possibly hit known-vulnerable areas after climate experts predicted above normal rainfall over large parts of the country. Climate experts said Zimbabweans must be conditioned to prepare for flash floods, violent storms, tropical cyclones and floods in low-lying areas as climate change brings ever more frequent […]

Climate crisis worsens wildlife invasions in Bulilima

By Habakkuk Trust National Parks officials gunned down three buffalos in Bulilima District yesterday in a bid to drive them away from human settlements. Buffalos herd reportedly numbering over a 100, invaded Makhulela, Huwana, and Khame areas and have been roaming close to human settlements for the past three days. Parks officials in the company of a […]

Zimbabwe expects early rainy season

Zimbabwe is expecting an early rainy season, starting with scattered falls next month, firming into heavy rains in   November. The Met Office has predicted normal-to-above-normal rainfall, which may translate to a bumper agricultural harvest if the distribution of the rains is good and the farmers are well-prepared. October rains are generally erratic for rain-fed agriculture, […]

The (booming) business of customized weather forecasts

Accurate weather forecasts can determine whether a business makes money or loses it: Construction companies can’t operate tall cranes in high wind, movie crews depend on clear skies and golf clubhouses need more booze when it rains. Some entrepreneurial meteorologists have taken notice, and they’re selling customized forecasting services to companies whose profits hinge on […]