Originally published January 2017 The Government of Zimbabwe has been under fire from the international community because of the lack of relevant democratic institutions, a result of the Mugabe regime’s attempt to hold […]
Millions in Zimbabwe facing starvation after severe droughts, UN food agency says
By Mark Chingono and Bukola Adebayo August 7, 2019 A woman fetches water from a spring in Harare. Harare (CNN)More than two million people in Zimbabwe are facing starvation after a severe […]
Prospects for the 2018/19 Rainfall Season in Malawi
July, 2019 The period October to April is the main rainfall season over Malawi. October therefore marks the beginning of the official rainfall season monitoring in the country with the main rains […]
Central American farmers suffer major crop losses, need food aid – U.N.
Anastasia Moloney, Thomson Reuters Foundation May 2, 2019 Farmers in the ‘Dry Corridor’ lost more than half of their maize and beans in 2018 to climate-linked drought or unusually heavy rain BOGOTA, […]
El Nino may cause major drop in sardine catch, say scientists
The Hindu | Special Correspondent April 28, 2019 Scientists at the Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute (CMFRI) are of the view that as El Nino gains momentum, sardine stock off the Kerala […]
How will El Niño affect Colombia?
Arjun Harindranath September 30, 2018 Cracked earth in the department of La Guajira. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock Colombia is likely to face the weather phenomenon El Niño this year as authorities seek […]
El Nino Coming Back?
(Bloomberg) — La Nina is dead. Long live El Nino? May 10 2018 A weather pattern known as La Nina that has worsened drought conditions across the U.S. Great Plains has faded, […]