The Zambezi

Permanent ZAMCOM Secretariat fully operational

THE PERMANENT Zambezi Watercourse Commission (ZAMCOM) Secretariat is now fully operational in Harare, Zimbabwe.

This follows the appointment of an Executive Secretary who took office in July 2014, and was joined by professional and support staff in January 2015.

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COP 20 negotiations SADC discusses common position

CLIMATE EXPERTS from southern Africa have adopted a draft common regional position on the forthcoming climate change negotiations set for Lima, Peru in December.

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Integrated planning needed for Water, Energy, Food Security

WATER, ENERGY and Food Security are closely interlinked and river basin organisations have an important role in facilitating an integrated approach to water resources management that supports development in the other sectors.

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Zambezi Watercourse Commission to be fully operational in 2014

THE LONG-AWAITED policy organ of the Zambezi Watercourse Commission (ZAMCOM), the Council of Ministers, was constituted this year, thus completing all levels of the structure and enabling the full operations of the permanent commission in 2014.

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CHANGING ENVIRONMENT in the Zambezi River Basin

CLIMATE AND human pressure on resources are significantly changing the environment in the Zambezi river basin, as illustrated  in  a  publication  to  be launched  in  2013,  the  Zambezi  River Basin Atlas of the Changing Environment.

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Action on climate change to advance sustainable development in the Zambezi Basin

The  climate  change  challenge,  while  serious  and  urgent,  also  brings  with  it enormous  opportunities  for  Zambezi  Basin  states to  advance  efforts  towards sustainable development.

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