Zimbabwe, as Monica Mutsvangwa, Minister for Information, Public Affairs and Broadcasting Services, has committed to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 40% below current levels by 2050 to prevent catastrophic effects of climate change.
Zimbabwe now emits 0.05 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions, less than southern Africa.
Southern Africa has developed the Low emission Strategy 2020-2050, which lays down measures for controlling global warming below 1.5C.
This strategic strategy is focused on economic sectors, such as energy, agriculture, forestry and other land uses, industrial processes and product use, and waste management.
While the world is headed for 1.5 ° C warming, ever more extreme weather events will occur, which is unparalleled in the history of observation, the IPCC said.
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Moreover, each 0.5 ° C further warming will exacerbate the intensity and the frequency of hot extremes, such as heatwaves and floods caused by heavy rainfall and sea-level rise in coastal cities.