Cotton experts ask for regeneration in choma in response to climate change.
COTTON EXPERTS ASK FOR FOREST REGENERATION IN CHOMA IN RESPONSE TO CLIMATE CHANGE
By Nandi Nthani
CHOMA District Cotton Association Field Facilitator Ndila Mumba wants people in the Provincial Capital to get involved in forest regeneration as a means to fight the effects of climate change.
Ndila implores residents of Choma to always protect forests from destructive human practices such as lighting of forest fires and cutting down of trees.
He is hopeful that the issue of climate change will be emphasized during the Democratic Summit currently taking place in the country.
The United States of America is co-hosting the second Summit for Democracy with the Governments of Zambia, Costa Rica, the Netherlands and the Republic of Korea.
The second Summit for Democracy will assemble world leaders in a virtual, plenary format, followed by gatherings in each of the co-hosted countries with representatives from government, civil society, and the private sector.
The Summit started Wednesday and concludes Thursday, 30th March, 22/2023