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REIAMA celebrates performers in renewable energy

Renewable Energy Industries Association of Malawi (REIAMA) through Mphamvu Awards on Thursday night celebrated players who performed well in renewable energy.

265 Energy Limited achieves 50% gas use penetration in LL, ZA

Malawi’s leading supplier of liquid petroleum gas (LPG) and its accessories – 265 Energy Limited – has disclosed that it has achieved a 50 percent mark in its campaign to mobilize residents of Lilongwe and Zomba to switch to cleaner cooking technologies.

CISONECC recommends pre-climate change impacts preparedness

Daud posing with Dr. Richard Hart, President of Loma Linda University Health and Adventist Health International and Dr. Priester, a cardiologist at Loma Linda Institute

TRANSFORM Project rekindles hope for sustained environment in Mzimba

As one way of conserving the environment, Total Land Care (TLC) is mobilizing communities to mould energy saving cooking stoves in Sabili Ng'oma village in the area of Traditional authority (T/A) Mabulabo in Mzimba district.

Stakeholders Raise Concerns Over the Effectiveness of Biodiversity Conservation Policies and Regulations

Stakeholders have voiced their doubts about the effectiveness of existing policies and regulatory frameworks concerning biodiversity conservation and natural resource management in the country.

Mchinji youths urged to take care of the environment

Young people in Mchinji have been urged to take active role in taking care of the environment.

Climate change a threat to human health- Minister

The Minister of Health Khumbize Kandodo Chiponda has said the adverse effects of climate change are increasingly impacting, not only the environment but also the health and well-being of communities.

DC Palani hails Shift, WRA on waste management initiative 

Lilongwe District Commissioner Lawford Palani has hailed the Lilongwe Shift youth group and Wind Ride Aeros (WRA) for coming up with the waste management initiative campaign and data recording waste in Lilongwe markets.

Blantyre launches catchment conservation

Blantyre  district council through the agriculture sector has launched a district-based catchment conservation management project to address land degradation problems and climate change impacts

Mangochi residents challenged to conserve forests

Department of Forestry has launched Forestry laws in Mangochi with a call for Malawians to take a leading role in conserving forest reserves.

WESM launches K312 million project in Nkhotakota.

The Wildlife and Environmental Society of Malawi WESM, has vowed to strengthen its effort towards the restoration of bird population in areas around Chia Lagoon in Nkhotakota district.
Nthanda Times