Africa’s no-holds-barred stand at upcoming COP28

Africa solutions for energy transition
By Cynthia Tapera Dec. 1, 2023

Interview: UAE firm unpacks Zim carbon credits deal

Blue Carbon will be developing various projects in eligible lands throughout Zimbabwe, which will tackle these environmental challenges.
By Tinashe Makichi Nov. 3, 2023

Zim accelerates carbon credits projects

The MOU was signed between Environment Minister Nqobizitha Mangaliso Ndhlovu and Blue Carbon chief executive officer, Josiane Sadaka.
By Staff Reporter Aug. 18, 2023

Of climate change, ‘free raiders’

Since climate change is a global issue, it requires global action and cooperation among nations to effectively mitigate its impacts.
By Cliff Chiduku Jul. 28, 2023

New perspective: Carbon credits, voluntary carbon markets in Zim

The CCFZ unpacks the broader policy framework and institutional arrangements applicable to carbon credits and the voluntary carbon markets in Zimbabwe.
By Chantelle Moyo and Nyasha Mpahlo Jul. 28, 2023

Situating businesses as agents of climate action solutions

In this business community there are those categorised as main polluting actors who mine fossils and burn them.
By Peter Makwanya Jul. 17, 2023

African leaders urge West to live up to climate change pledges

During COP21, the international treaty that has become known as the Paris Agreement, was drawn up, spanning climate-change mitigation, adaptation and financial support.
By Kennedy Nyavaya Jul. 2, 2023

Quantifying Africa’s emissions for carbon credits

African countries are highly vulnerable to climate change and have historically contributed little to global greenhouse gas emissions.
By Takudzwanashe Mundenga Jun. 13, 2023

Ceteris Paribus: COP27 through African lens

It highlighted more urgent greenhouse gas emissions cuts and promised more climate finance for developing countries to adapt to climate impacts.
By Eben Mabunda Nov. 11, 2022