Vendors at Chitima Market are living in fear of Cholera and other diseases due to the filthy toilets that often get blocked without remedial action being taken.
Resilience ANCHORS funded apiculture project to enhance resilience to climate change
Twenty-six families from Nyangambe Communal Area in Ward 23, Chiredzi North have benefited from an apiculture project being implemented under the Resilience through Accelerating New Community-based Holistic Outcomes for Resource Sustainability (Resilience ANCHORS) programme.
“Conservation of vultures, key to ecosystem sustainability”
Through a workshop held at Nyangambe Secondary School recently, over thirty villagers from Nyangambe Communal Area were taught on the need to conserve vultures as well as their importance in ecosystem sustainability. The workshop which was facilitated by a UKZN, SA PhD student Kudzanai Sandra Dhliwayo was held following the 2022 International Vulture Awareness Day celebrations under the theme “Help Save Vultures.”
Human-wildlife conflicts, electric fence a panacea?
Human to wildlife conflicts in areas surrounding wildlife parks and safari areas have remained a perennial challenge. Severe cases of hyena attack which have occurred in successive years in Zaka have raised concerns on the need to find lasting solutions to reduce the recurrence of similar extreme cases.
Role Of The Church In Environmental Conservation
A multi-stakeholder approach to environmental conservation is critical for the attainment of Sustainable Development Goals on environmental issues. The church is also a vital cog in promoting the protection of the planet from degradation so that it can support the needs of the present and future generations; in line with the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Fossil fuels should “stay in the ground”, WHO . . . As environment club celebrates Earth Day in style
Zimbabwe Environmental Club (ZEC) on Friday celebrated Earth day at a children’s home in Harare with a tree planting exercise. The organisation described its inaugural programmeas a harbinger of related action-oriented environmental awareness programmes to come.
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Should trophy hunting be banned?
Animal rights activists have called for a ban on trophy hunting and imposition of embargoes on trophy trade. This has become a subject of debate between some conservationists and animal rights activists. Others have even described trophy hunting as blessing in disguise, and some have seen it as an evil practice, “how can killing of an animal help the survival of its species?”
Trash-To-Cash: Waste Recycling A Solution To Poverty for Makokoba Residents
Waste recycling has not only kept the city environmentally sound, but has also enabled unemployed women to fend for their families and put food on the table as it has provided a source of income for them. It has dawned on women as a great opportunity for them to empower themselves, and through reusable waste collection and selling, they manage to scrape a living.
Wetlands Are Kidneys Of The Landscape
The wetlands essentially act as the kidneys of the landscape. They filter the water flowing into it by trapping suspended particles, absorbing carbon dioxide and nitrogen and releasing clean water to a landscape without any chemical used.