Category: zimbabwe

Beyond thirst: Inside Zimbabwe’s water crisis:

Zimbabwe’s water crisis is rooted in a severe drought that began in 2018. Though some parts of the country experienced a brief respite in January with sporadic rains, more earth-parching weather is forecast for this year.

Victoria Falls shrink to a trickle, feeding climate change fears: undefined

Zimbabwe Human Development Report 2017 – Climate Change & Human Development: Towards Building a Climate Resilient Nation:

The impacts of climate change on Zimbabwe’s economy, which is primarily agro-based, with over 70 percent of the population living in rural areas and dependant on climate sensitive livelihoods such as arable farming and livestock, is large

‘Climate change to fuel rural migration’ | The Herald:

“We in Zimbabwe have already seen the impact of climate change: soaring temperatures, with new record highs being set every year; heavy rainfall, resulting in the current drainage systems being unable to cope with water volumes, leading to flooding; low rainfall, resulting in hunger and malnutrition; strange weather phenomena like hailstorms that destroy houses and winds that blow off roofs,” said Eng Mlilo.