By Melody Mzapi

Town planners in Zimbabwe’s physical planning department acknowledged that changes in weather patterns influence the shape of land-use zones. This was revealed at a training organized by the Climate Change Department of Zimbabwe.

The training program on promoting waste circular economy innovations was conducted to encourage architects and town planners to explore the feasibility of creating climate-resilient structures in varying weather and climatic conditions.

According to town planner Priscilla Charumbira, landscapes
are prone to change calling for effective environmental assessment before
allocation to estate entrepreneurs.

“It is difficult to define wetlands but need
to define our land uses should be upheld,” said Charumbira.

In a comment during the training, the
meteorological department and weather analysis researcher, Alois Tsiga, said
most development is occurring in the path of natural disasters. Zimbabwe in
years was affected by cyclones in Chimanimani.

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