Why scientists don’t always inform climate policy

Scientists and environmentalists have transformative knowledge and technical knowhow but they don’t run countries.
By Peter Makwanya Jan. 23, 2023

Is Vision 2030 achievable in the face of energy crisis?

The WB assigns the world’s economies to four income groups: low, lower-middle, upper-middle and high income.
By Courage Masona Jan. 20, 2023

Fighting the greenwashing onslaught in climate change narrative

Throughout the world, many co-operates are fraudulently finding their ways out of their unsustainable behaviours and sanitising their tainted  reputations through green washing.
By Peter Makwanya Jan. 9, 2023

What are your climate plans for 2023?

Our collective climate plans for 2023 should focus on strengthening livelihood options, recoveries and bouncing back.
By Peter Makwanya Jan. 3, 2023

Zim facing more uncertain times: UN report

A United Nations (UN) report published this month on the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war points to more uncertain times for Zimbabwe.
By Sydney Kawadza and Elma Zhoya Dec. 27, 2022

Can smart cities become a reality in Africa?

The continent’s rate of urbanisation soared from 15% in 1960 to 40% in 2010, and is projected to reach 60% in 2050.
By Vince Musewe Dec. 21, 2022

US$10m boost for Zim renewable energy projects

The fund was availed through the country’s joint sustainable development goals (SDG) fund partners including Unesco, UNDP, UN Women and UNCDF.
By Miriam Mangwaya Dec. 12, 2022

Gender inequality, violence drive poverty, under-development

GENDER inequality and violence against women and girls remain major drivers of poverty, destitution, and under-development.
By Edward Kallon Dec. 9, 2022

Mapping roadmap for gender equality in politics

Taking a broader view, women make up the majority of Zimbabwe’s voters, making up about 52% of the country’s total population.
By Tinashe Kanda and Usher Nyambi Nov. 9, 2022