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Lessons for Zimbabwe and the Global South from COP28. The Quest for Climate Action and Justice.

OPINION By Sydney Chisi  As per tradition, nations gathered again for the COP28 in Dubai in December to salvage solutions towards sustainable climate action as the world continues to face an extreme climate crisis. Expectations were high, emanating from many previous Conference of Parties (COPs) outstanding and inconclusive resolutions. The pre-COP28 debate and agenda, both […]

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COP28: IFAW believes that wild animals are essential to halting global warming. 

– Wild animals aid in the absorption and storage of more carbon by the environment, safeguard the carbon already stored there, and stop it from being released into the atmosphere.  Staff Writer Dubai, United Arab Emirates – According to the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), there is a growing understanding of the significance of

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Prior to COP28, female farmers in Zimbabwe seek justice on climate change.

A farmer protested, “Why can’t the government protect us female farmers the way it is protecting miners at our expense?” John Cassim Harare, Zimbabwe – After years of losses to males and natural catastrophes, female farmers from rural Zimbabwe have bemoaned the state of the environmental regulations and claimed they are stifling calls for climate

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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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Eyes on inaugural Africa Climate Summit as climate change takes its toll

John Cassim As over 10,000 delegates gather for the first-ever Africa Climate Summit in Nairobi, Kenya, from 4 to 6 September this week, they won’t need to look far to find raw reminders of how climate change is ravaging the world.   Disasters devastate East Africa  For five consecutive years, severe drought has scorched Kenya and the entire Horn of

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