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Expert says banning petrol and diesel cars is symbolically important

Following the announcement yesterday that the government plans to ban petrol and diesel cars from 2040 Professor Graham Parkhurst, Director of the Centre for Transport and Society at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol), says that this announcement is symbolically important. 8 more words

Green Tech

Solar energy comes to the rescue of jazz musician

By Nhau Mangirazi

Twenty-two year  old Moses Munatsa is an upcoming jazz musician based in Caledonia Phase 10 about 20 kilometres east of Zimbabwe’s capital, Harare. 551 more words

Arts

Firewood smoke kills

By Nhau Mangirazi

HURUNGWE–  Without energy, small and medium enterprises cannot function at maximum capacity. Without energy, industry cannot survive. Without energy, women and girls will continue to spend long hours looking for fuel sources, and will not have jobs – United Nations Industrial Development Organisation, UNIDO, Director General, Kandeh K. 977 more words

Feature

Windmill boreholes change lives for Hurungwe community

By Nhau Mangirazi

Forty-six year old Reverend Agnes Chida does not regret being transferred from Harare to the rural outskirts of Hurungwe in Zimbabwe’s Mashonaland West province in 2014. 635 more words

Hurungwe

The power of nature

Mother Nature is awesome. Not only does she sustain life on earth but also provides for each one to harness her hidden power in the form of wind energy, sun energy, water energy. 93 more words

Energy

Will the Parliament Recognise the Impending Disaster, & Discuss Forced Evictions in Narmada Valley?

~ Maju Varghese

For the last 32 years, people in the Narmada valley are struggling against what they call as an unjust development which displaces tribals and farmers and inundates homes, agricultural fields, forests and thousands of centuries’ old temples, representing the rich culture of the Narmada valley. 427 more words

Approach to Krabi

We’re more than a third of the way through our programme now, and I’m approaching this field study in Krabi with a lot of interest.  It is certainly a complex conflict with multiple actors and perspectives. 640 more words