UN reiterates continued support to Ethiopia’s green growth initiative – Xinhua

ADDIS ABABA, Feb. 27 (Xinhua) — The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) on Tuesday reaffirmed its continued commitment to support Ethiopia’s green growth development. The UNEP, as part of... Read more »

Ethiopian herders get automated weather stations

Automated weather stations (AWS) are being installed in some of Ethiopia’s lowlands to help herders and other climate-vulnerable residents respond better to recurring shocks related to climate change. The... Read more »

As wild weather hits crops, Ethiopian women turn to savings

GANTA KANACHAMA, Ethiopia (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Workinesh Denda, a stocky middle-aged woman, arranges hand-made stoves in a neat line in a small shop in Ganta Kanachama village, in... Read more »

Ethiopia signs $1.3bn World Bank deal shortly after IMF praise

Ethiopia has entered a $1.3 billion deal with the World Bank to improve governance and fund pro-poor policies in regions worst hit by a drought and food shortages. The... Read more »

Ethiopia enjoying positive investor sentiments but reforms needed – IMF

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has praised Ethiopia’s economic strides for the year 2016/2017 but has also urged that reforms be undertaken to improve the business climate. In a... Read more »

United Nations News Centre – No time for scepticism, ‘decisive … – UN News Centre

UN News Centre United Nations News Centre – No time for scepticism, ‘decisive …UN News CentreLike many other countries, Ethiopia is dealing almost every day with the adverse impacts... Read more »

Ethiopia Norway sign forest protection agreement

Representatives of Norway and Ethiopia signed an agreement for a NOK 600 million ($80 million) investment aiming to protect Ethiopia’s remaining natural forests and for transforming the Ethiopian forest... Read more »

Ethiopia’s coffee industry threatened by climate change | Ethiopia News

Global warming is affecting the lives of an estimated 15 million Ethiopian farmers, who heavily rely on the coffee industry for their livelihood.  Ethiopia is Africa’s largest coffee producer... Read more »

Farmer finds inspiration in Ethiopia

BECKIE WILSON [email protected] Exploring rural Ethiopia has given Mauriceville’s Alan Stuart tips on how he can farm when the region’s predicted climate change effects kick in. A recent NIWA... Read more »

Climate Change Could Kill off Ethiopian Coffee within 70 Years – Food Tank

According to a recent study by Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, in London, the effects of climate change could cause Ethiopian Arabica coffee beans to go extinct before the end... Read more »