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Negative Impacts of Climate Change on Food Security in South Africa

Negative Impacts of Climate Change on Food Security in South Africa

Climate change poses immense challenges for food security in most developing countries. Climatic variability has been acquiring extensive consideration due to its widespread ability to impact food production and livelihoods.

The Consciousness of Green Infrastructure

Just as a stone dipped into a basin full of water creates ripples, green infrastructure exerts a similar “voodoo” on climate change. Climate change is the most uttered phrase presently on the streets of Ghana.

Green Jobs in Italy: 8 out of 10 Italians want more "sustainability" in their education programs.

Green Jobs in Italy: 8 out of 10 Italians want more "sustainability" in their education programs.

The UN Environment Programme (UNEP) defines "green jobs" as jobs "whose goal is to preserve or restore the quality of the environment."

The Silent Struggles of Communities in the Grip of Climate Change.

The Silent Struggles of Communities in the Grip of Climate Change.

Climate change has perched a prop in our society, increasing rapidly with the passing seconds, days, and years. What was once a mere trickle of climatic disruptions has now burst its boundaries, unleashing profound repercussions that extend even into our sanctuaries.

Floods: Time For Some New Thinking?

Floods are becoming ever more prevalent due to global climate change. In Europe, 4 million people were impacted by flooding between 2010 and 2020, with nearly a thousand people losing their lives and five thousand losing their homes. 

Climate Change: Droughts and the people of Cameroon

Climate change is impacting Sub-Saharan Africa in a multitude of ways, bringing stressors such as flooding, drought, and windstorms.

Advancing a Transparent and Robust Ecosystem for Carbon Credits

Advancing a Transparent and Robust Ecosystem for Carbon Credits

Climate change requires net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050. One tool to achieve this is the carbon credit market, where a carbon credit represents one tonne of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) reduced or removed by a project or activity.

Five most effective ways of communicating climate science to the public

Five most effective ways of communicating climate science to the public

Effective communication of climate science to the public is crucial for building support for action on climate change.

The Role of Indigenous Knowledge in Africa

The Role of Indigenous Knowledge in Africa

 Indigenous knowledge provides specific views of the world held by various indigenous peoples. It introduces different perspectives on nature and the human in nature. Indigenous Peoples around the world often hold unique worldviews that link today’s generations with past generations.

The Carbon Credit Market: A Scalable Solution for Global Climate Challenges

The Carbon Credit Market: A Scalable Solution for Global Climate Challenges

As the world wakes up to the pressing urgency of climate change, a host of solutions, from renewable energy to sustainable agriculture, are being deployed to mitigate its impact. Yet, one solution is increasingly standing out as both innovative and practical: the Carbon Credit Market.