Politicians’ Delay Means Climate Catastrophe for Malawi’s Poor

Inter Press Service: Delays in finalising Malawi's climate change policy, which has been in the making for the last three years, are affecting millions of families living in disaster-prone areas across this southern African nation, says the country's minister of environment and climate change management Halima Daudi. Daudi, who led the Malawian delegation to COP19 in Warsaw last month, tells IPS that the delay in drafting and making the policy operational comes at a cost to many of Malawi`s vulnerable. "For example......

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