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chronicle.co.zw 05 Aug, 2022 23:30 am

Zimbabwe commits to protect its resources

Zimbabwe commits to protect its resources
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President Mnangagwa is welcomed by his Mozambican counterpart President Filipe Nyusi at Joaquim Chissano Conference Centre in Mozambique yesterday Lincoln Towindo recently in Maputo, Mozambique ZIMBABWE is committed to the protection of its vast forestry resources, with Government implementing interventions geared to restore degraded forest areas and safeguard the integrity and biodiversity of woodlands, President Mnangagwa has said.President Mnangagwa was attending the two-day High-Level Session of the Regional Conference on the Sustainable and Integrated Management of Miombo Forests, hosted by Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi.Addressing the conference, President Mnangagwa said he was pleased the forestry sector has gained prominence on the global biodiversity agenda over the last five years.” President Mnangagwa said Miombo forests were under threat from an ever growing population increasing demand for land clearance for agriculture, mining and infrastructure development.

” Meanwhile, President Mnangagwa returned home last night.They are classified as natural shock absorbers from the effects of climate change and critical absorbers of greenhouse gasses.

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