Monthly Archives: January 2018

  • Lusaka Water Security Initiative to Recognize Outstanding Corporate Water Stewardship

    January 29, 2018

    NEWTON SIBANDA 23 January 2018 LUSAKA, Zambia-In an effort to highlight the business case for prudent management of water resources by companies, the Lusaka Water Security Initiative (LuWSI) has established Zambia National Water Stewardship Award. The award, which was launched at Fringilla Lodge in Chisamba, a farming district about 50 km north of Lusaka late […]

  • Fighting Corruption in Forest Conservation: Kenya’s Multi-Stakeholder Task Force

    January 28, 2018

    Psamson Nzioki January 28, 2018 Corruption and climate change are arguably the defining challenges facing the world today. Both problems – and their solutions – are interlinked. In particular, corruption is one of the driving forces behind deforestation and forest degradation, a major cause of climate change (according to the UN, deforestation and forest degradation […]

  • Volta Basin: Experts Call For Water Infrastructure Development as WISE-UP To Climate Project Winds Up

    January 15, 2018

    Ama Kudom-Agyemang January 15, 2018 The “WISE-UP to Climate” project, initiated in April 2014 to demonstrate that natural ecosystems are nature based solutions for climate change adaptation and sustainable development, has come to an end. And the thinking among partners on the project is that they have been able to advance knowledge on how to […]

  • Weather Warning: UN Warns La Niña May Cause Weather Chaos In 2018

    January 12, 2018

    Water Journalists Africa January 12, 2018 La Niña is expected to impact weather around the world in 2018, a United Nations relief official said, urging governments and the international community to act early to mitigate the impacts from this potentially destructive weather pattern and its counterpart, El Niño. “We know that the earlier we’re able […]