Malawi traditional leaders step up to help fight forest fires

AlertNet: Malawi's traditional leaders have been enlisted to help prevent forest fires that are threatening livelihoods, producing climate-changing emissions and damaging the environment in this southeast African nation. "As community leaders we should take a leading role in preventing and putting out fires,' said Paramount Chief M'mbelwa of Mzimba during a meeting on fire prevention in the government-owned Viphya plantation. Those efforts may include things like improving labour relations to curb arson......

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