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If most of those that have stuck to conventional farming methods are to be honest, they will tell you that, for some time now, things have not been going so well.
It would seem efforts by the government and other stakeholders to make available inputs in a desperate bid to boost the agricultural sector in the country have all but gone to waste.
Happy new year everyone! While we celebrate the coming of the new year, maybe let us also look at the changes that would make 2013 a truly happy year, as far as the environment is concerned.
The year 2012 has no doubt been an eventful year on the environmental scene in Zimbabwe, for the better and for the worse.
No longer can farmers employ the same agricultural techniques they used a decade ago and expect to reap as much as they might have back then.
With the extensive reforestation efforts that have been going on for a while now in Zimbabwe, it boggles the mind as to why the country’s forests keep decimating.
With the Harare City Council (HCC) exhibiting autonomous authority over developmental projects on land in the capital city, many Zimbabweans find themselves having to stand and watch even as the most absurd of developments are taking place.
By Tonderayi Matonho ZIMBABWE is losing several millions of dollars annually through illegal logging, a senior official with the Forestry Commission of Zimbabwe (FCZ) has said.
The environmental law in Zimbabwe criminalises littering by individuals and companies, particularly those in the retailing and advertising industry.