Alex Nxumalo explores the implications of climate change, as well as how you, me and many of us in Eswatini can help reduce any contributing factors to this most perplexing, and urgent phenomenon.
Have you noticed that every time you do your monthly shop it seems like your trolley becomes more expensive? With rising prices all round, we are all feeling the pinch. But did you know that climate change is also part of the problem and is contributing to the inflation?
Mantoe Phakathi reports on the resilient farming methods helping small scale farmers sustain lives and livelihoods during this pandemic. Guba, a local permaculture program helps skill farmers to cope with climate change and COVID-19.
This week we’re focusing on food security and equity during COVID-19. We also look at the fossil fuels industry’s volatile state, the weakening of environmental legislation, and the relationship between coronavirus and pollution.
The ability to farm food is the foundation of any society. This holds truer for Eswatini than in most places. With clear infographics, this post explains how a changing climate will impact our food production.