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.
Trees have wantonly been cut down in most parts of Balaka north.
Students at Nazarene Mission Secondary School in Blantyre on Tuesday planted trees within their school premises to mitigate harsh effects of climate change.
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.
President Peter Mutharika says Malawi requires around $375m for its Climate Change recovery.
It’s 8 o’clock in the morning. The sun is still brown as it has just risen. Only the brown tells it is still morning; but the heat tells otherwise; feels like it is noon already.
Civil Society Network on Climate Change (CISONECC) has called on youth in the country to keep raising their voices innovatively for government and private sector to act on climate change.