Africa

Lions in Malawi, Somalia, and Sudan are threatened by extinction, a survey has revealed.

– Malawi and Cameroon, were found to have the most ecologically vulnerable lion populations, suffering as a result of low lion population densities in comparison to their carrying capacity John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – According to a study report released in September of this year, lion populations in Malawi, Somalia, and Sudan are severely at […]

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Africans not victims of climate change but an essential resource – IFAW

– The only way decisions to secure room for elephants to roam will be supported, is by involving the local people especially indigenous communities, officials said. Staff Reporter Nairobi, Kenya (CZ) — As the Africa Climate Summit entered day two on Tuesday, there were passionate appeals for the African Heads of State and Government to take

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African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) speaks on Africa Climate Summit

John Cassim AWF officially joined the 2023 Africa Climate Summit and Africa Climate Week opening ceremony happening this week in Nairobi, Kenya. At the opening plenary, the diverse speakers ranging from youth representatives to Indigenous People and Local communities, alongside the co-conveners, the Government of Kenya and the African Union, shared a common message highlighting

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Stop the blame game, search for solutions to climate change: President William Ruto

– The driver of success for Africa’s green transition will be the availability of resources for investment and strengthened capacity, said President Ruto. Staff Reporter Nairobi, Kenya (CZ) – The African continent needs to stop the blame game and start looking for solutions to climate change, Kenya’s President William Ruto, said. Speaking on Monday while

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In Africa, Nature Shields Climate Challenges – Our Growth Ignites Global Solutions

By Kaddu Sebunya, CEO of the African Wildlife Foundation As our continent faces the unprecedented challenges of a changing climate, the moment’s urgency cannot be overstated. From droughts to floods, our communities are on the frontlines of a crisis threatening our environment, economies, cultures, and way of life. The African Climate Summit scheduled for September

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NGOs key in the global response to wildlife trafficking.

-wildlife trafficking is rising by between 5% and 7% annually, two to three times faster than the global economy, researchers have said. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe (CZ) – Government agencies across the world are increasingly relying on NGOs to address enforcement and legislative gaps that result from the low political priority given to wildlife crime.

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July 4, 2023, was the hottest day on Earth, experts have revealed.

-According to specialists, the extreme heat had an impact on African nations in the Northern Hemisphere including Mali and Egypt. John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe (CZ)—According to data from the U.S. National Centers for Environmental Prediction, Tuesday, July 4, 2023, was the hottest day on Earth since at least 1979, with a global average surface temperature

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A US$2 Million Agreement to Empower Liberian Women in Fisheries signed

-everybody knows women are custodians of tradition and livelihoods, so allowing them to invest in fisheries was important, officials said. Staff Reporter Harare, Zimbabwe (CZ) – The Liberian government, through the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority (NaFAA) and Conservation International (CI), has signed a US$ 2 million grant management agreement to enhance women’s participation in

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Green revolution turns Rwanda into a world bird viewing destination

– New revelations point to the ‘return of birds’ to Kigali, and potentially turning Rwanda’s capital into a world bird viewing destination. John Cassim/Johnson Kanamugire KIGALI, RWANDA – The capital city of Rwanda, Kigali, has recently seen a rise in the number of birds, which conservationists say could position ‘Africa’s Most Clean City’ into a

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