Deepa Pullanikkatil, Eswatini’s NDC Coordinator, reflects on the recent Africa Climate Week held in Gabon, listing five takeaway points for national, regional and international climate action.
This year, for the third or fourth year in a row, summer brought waves of unbearable heat across Europe and the USA, as well as parts of India, China and Pakistan. Whilst in Pakistan, 33 million people have been displaced by floods. Is this what we should expect every year now?
Zandisile Howe explores the significant climate threats facing young people and the collective role they can play in addressing the unfolding climate emergency.
Matsapha Town Council is undertaking a number of green urban planning, energy and infrastructure activities that directly contribute towards Eswatini’s national priorities on climate action.
An interview with Lindokuhle & Bongekile who represented Hlumisa Eswatini at the Climate Justice School at the Kenyatta University in Nairobi, Kenya – hosted by the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance.
Emissions are expected to continue heating the planet rapidly in the coming decades. Unless urgent remedial action is taken, this will equate to a death sentence for countless variants of marine and land-based life while inflicting permanent damage on others.
Social contexts mean people are affected by things such as the climate crisis in disproportionate ways. And in Africa, there are many concrete examples of how women especially are affected by climate change.
A R719-million river clean-up and flood protection project in Durban could serve as a model to cushion other vulnerable cities in Africa from the impacts of climate change – are there lessons for Eswatini’s municipalities?
The White Paper on the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity, gazetted for public comment, is built around a set of definitions that, if implemented, have revolutionary implications for biodiversity and the welfare of animals in South Africa.
Eswatini recently rated as one of the worst in the world for workers rights and wealth inequality – why is this important, what impact does it have, and why does it matter for our collective climate resilience and overall development efforts?
The International Energy Agency recently released a report that explores pathways for Africa’s energy system to evolve toward achieving development goals, infrastructure expansion, investment requirements, financing options and energy policy priorities.