Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (Mera) board chairperson Bishop Joseph Bvumbwe: "Most of the rivers that are tributaries of the Shire River have been affected by environmental...
Minister of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining Bright Msaka: "We need more trees in order to protect and restore our environment. If we speak alone as a ministry, nothing will happen...
Blantyre City Central ward councillor Noel Chalamanda: "This will help to bring back the lost environment and minimise the effects of deforestation in the city".
"District commissioner Smart Gwedemula said the district continues to face water challenges for both domestic and agricultural uses due to environmental degradation.
Blantyre Water Board (BWB) public affairs officer Priscilla Mateyu: "The reason we are asking individuals, groups and companies to come forward and help in the tree planting exercise...
Renew'N'Able Malawi (RENAMA) has a position open for a Communications and Advocacy Officer for its new go green project. See attached document for details.
The partnership of National Bank of Malawi (NBM), Malawi Defence Force (MDF) and the Department of Forestry is going to plant trees in the Eastern Region.
Act Alliance Malawi coordinator Jazel Mwakasungula: "We have made it a priority to combat the loss of forests and negative effects of climate change".
CCAP Synod of Livingstonia moderator John Gondwe: "If every member plants a tree a year, we will plant about one million trees a year".
Association of Environmental Journalists (AEJ) secretary general Charles Mkoka: "With the newly-constructed stadium in this stretch of the river, we thought it wise to contribute towards...
Phindu Tobacco Growers Association acting president Robert Tauka: " So far, we have planted 10 000 trees in T/As Kabudula and Ngwangwa.
Blantyre district forestry officer Geoffrey Kanyerere: "Indeed, I can confirm that the district just like others, has not been spared from the high deforestation and environmental...
Major Desmond Sikelo: "At the moment we want to plant 10 thousand trees, but as the season progresses we may plant even more trees".
ESCOM is expected to be split into Electricity Generation Company and ESCOM Residual, which are expected to be operational from January 1 2017.
"2016 a bad year," says Goodall Gondwe -Malawi Minister of Finance, Economic Planning and Development
REN's 2016 Annual Report is now available online.
Gearing Up: Sustainable Energy for All is ready for 2017
We believe we can – and indeed, must – secure those three targets well before 2030.