Veteran Musicians Join Environmental Conservation Effort

Some youths concerned with the negative impact of climate change in Balaka this Saturday evening bring shoulder to shoulder some veteran musicians to Maliachi lawns for a show aimed at raising funds for tree seedlings.

Blantyre Learners Drilled on Climate Change

Education authorities in Blantyre say enhancement of climate change and environmental sustainability interventions can assist learning institutions to mitigate climate change issues in the country.

Community Pens Authorities on Climate Change

People of Sub Traditional Authority Matola in northern part of Balaka district have petitioned duty bearers to intervene on challenges they are facing due to climate change.

Use Carbon Tax for Intended Purpose – Parliament

The Parliamentary Committee on Natural Resources and Climate Change says it will be a cheat on Malawians by government if Treasury insists on using carbon tax to increase tax base instead of mitigating climate change effects.

Living on Wood: Malawi's Clean Energy Woe

It's 10 a.m, and fog has covered part of Zomba Mountain, one of Malawi’s highest mountains. Hiking the mountain, it is a common sight to see women carrying piles of firewood on their heads and men loading wood on their bicycles.

Agriculture Officials Urge Communities to Adopt Family Planning

Balaka District Agriculture Office has urged farmers to consider family planning as one way of mitigating climate change challenges affecting their food security year in year out.

Malawi’s Clean Energy Dream, Dead in its Tracks

Malawi on Thursday, 13 February 2010, made a bold decision in its quest to deal with the impact of climate change by passing the Forest Amendment Act. It was in response to unprecedented impact climate change had on the Sub-Saharan country.

Climate Change Effects Hit Balaka

Trees have wantonly been cut down in most parts of Balaka north.

Climate Change Worries Nazarene Students

Students at Nazarene Mission Secondary School in Blantyre on Tuesday planted trees within their school premises to mitigate harsh effects of climate change.

Namandanje River Risks Machinga Residents’ Lives

As the rainy season has started, fear has gripped people from areas of group village heads Mjahito and Chiwalo in Machinga as Namandanje river swells up each year, rendering all movement across the river to access health and education facilities impossible.

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