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Climate Change News

"Journalists urged to report on environment"

Government has urged journalists in the country to report issues on environment effectively

Deputy Director of Biodiversity and Planning at Environmental Affairs Department Ben Yasin said this Friday in Lilongwe during the official opening of a-two-day media training on sustainable environment.

He said it is important for journalist to prioritize issues of environment so that they should make headlines.

Yasin said people lack awareness on the environmental challenges affect them hence the need for journalists to report about these issues.

"Lake Malawi water levels continue decreasing"

A monthly Lake Malawi bulletin produced by Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development's Department of Water Resources says water levels on the lake are expected to continue withdrawing in October as significant rainfall is not expected in the catchment area or on the surface.

According to the bulletin, water levels on the lake continued to recede during September as the levels dropped by 14 centimetres (cm) between the first day and the last day of the month, which is slightly higher than the normal drop (13cm) for September in the past 50 years.

"Much more climate finance now"

"Even if all the pledged finance is raised, it would still be inadequate to finance a rapid transition to renewable energy globally, forest conservation as well as atmospheric greenhouse gas sequestration. The Hamburg-based World Future Council (WFC) estimates that globally, annual investment of $2 trillion is needed to retain a chance of keeping temperature rise below 1.5°C."

Climate-smart agricuture urgently needed in Africa

"AFRICA contributes only four percent of global greenhouse gas emissions, while six of the 10 most affected coiountries by climate change are in Africa, warns a major agricultural research for development partnership, while stressing the urgent need to scale up climate-smart agriculture, improve forestry and transform the productivity of water use".