Rethinking Coal Extraction & Use In The Face Of Climate Change

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Rethinking Coal Extraction & Use In The Face Of Climate Change

By John Maketo

 

Increased incidences of droughts, shifting seasons, floods, more hot days and heat waves have made the impacts of climate change and variability more evident. The impacts of Climate Change in Zimbabwe are likely to stall the country's development, pose a serious risk to food security and adaptive capacity.

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Tuesday, August 21, 2018 - 18:00

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