Zimbabwe today joined the rest of the world in commemorating the World Meteorological day amid concerns that climate change and global warming is among the greatest challenge facing mankind in the 21st century hence the need for all countries to put in place adaptation measures to reduce the effects of the phenomenon.Read More
Category: Environment & tourism
CITES officials who visited Zimbabwe last month have positively spoken of Zimbabwe to the 175 countries attending the CITES convention in Doha, Qartar saying the country is making efforts towards rhino and elephant conservation.Read More
A call has been made for SADC countries to focus and arrange mega events in order to boost tourism in the region. The call comes in the wake of revelations that tourism in the future should be driven by mega events which have a tendency to focus on a particular country.
The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species CITES convention opened in Doha, Qatar with Zimbabweâ€™s six member delegation ready to defend the country itself against Kenyaâ€™s proposal for a 20 year ban in the trade of ivory.