Hali Hewa episode 1: Youth and women

In the first episode of the Hali Hewa podcast, Abigael Kima talks to two special guests. Elizabeth Wanjiru Wathuti is  a passionate environmentalist and climate...

Saudi Arabia’s senior negotiator Ayman Shasly steps back from climate talks

Saudi Arabia’s senior climate diplomat Ayman Shasly has stepped back from his role in international negotiations.  An international policy advisor at the energy ministry and...

EU lawmakers form cross-party coalition to block gas and nuclear from green taxonomy

Lawmakers in the European Parliament have formed a cross-party coalition in an attempt to block nuclear energy and fossil gas from receiving a green...

Nature restoration and carbon removal are not the same. Here’s why it matters

Humanity has increased the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere by burning fossil fuels, making cement, deforesting land, and degrading soils. To stop...

Tanzanian authorities seen opening fire on Maasai people in game reserve dispute

Tanzanian authorities have been filmed opening fire on Maasai people in the northern Ngorongoro district, an area popular with tourists, following a dispute over...

German minister backs Middle East ‘peace through water’ plan

Germany’s economy and climate minister has talked up a plan to bring peace to the Middle East through solar panels and drinking water. After a...

Frustration turns to anger – Climate Weekly

Climate vulnerable nations’ frustration at a process that is not delivering for those suffering on the frontline of the climate crisis is turning to...

US solar installers ‘breathe sigh of relief’ as Biden eases protectionism

Joe Biden has suspended import tariffs on solar panels produced in four southeast Asian nations for two years to reboot stalled solar installations The post...

‘Politically motivated’: Russian authorities seek to remove climate activist’s citizenship

Arshak Makichyan has been a vocal climate and anti-war activist in Moscow. Russian authorities are accusing him of having illegally obtained his citizenship The...

Introducing: The Hali Hewa Podcast

Abigail Kima interviews key African players on the realities of climate change in Africa and what can be done about it in the run-up...

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