October 14

October 13

  • Africa: Nothing Beats Radio for Climate Stories


    A story about the relationship between two farmers and two scientists researching drought recently won Ghanaian journalist Kofi Adu Domfeh the 2014 African Climate Change and... Read more »

  • Africa: Science Could Inform UN's Loss and Damage Mechanism


    Recent developments in climate models may help determine the extent to which human-made climate change is responsible for extreme weather events, and help provide evidence to... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Thunder Kills Three in Ogun


    The heavy rain of last Thursday would forever remain in the memory of the Ayetoro people in the Yewa North local government area of Ogun State as the thunder that accompanied the... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Kogi Prepared for Flood - SEMA

    Daily Trust

    As the water level of River Niger rises, Executive Secretary of the Kogi State Emergency Management Agency (KOSEMA), Alice Ogedengbe, has said that the agency is prepared to tackle... Read more »

  • Namibia: Weather 'Prophet' Pessimistic About Rain

    New Era

    The 2014/15 rainy season which started in October in Namibia would be normal to wetter than normal, an independent South African forecaster said. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Thunder Kills Three Teenagers in Ogun


    ABEOKUTA--Tragedy struck yesterday, at Ijale Ijaka Street in Ijoun, Ayetoro area in Yewa South local government area of Ogun state when thunder struck and killed three teenagers. Read more »

October 12

October 11

October 10

  • Rwanda: Rwanda Launches Its First Ever Fund for the Environment and Climate Change [press release]

    Rwanda Govt

    Rwanda has today launched the Fund for Environment and Climate Change, a ground breaking initiative and the biggest of its kind in Africa. The fund will be the engine of green... Read more »

  • Angola: Environment Minister At World Summit of Regions for Climate


    The Angolan minister of Environment, Maria de Fátima Jardim, is in Paris to attend the World Summit of Regions for Climate on Saturday. Read more »

October 09

October 08

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