We all desire to live in a healthier, happier, and safer world. However, what humanity faces now are the rackets of competition, confusion and conflict.
The ecological scars of climate change are a clarion call for us to change course urgently, or forever face the consequences. Ndaba Sibanda, from Zimbabwe, catches this in vivid ways. The Eastern and Southern African regions are no stranger to climate change – manifesting in droughts, depletion of biodiversity, pest infestations, increased transmission of malaria, and population displacement.
Sibanda, through his rich and riveting poetry, brings to life a staggering reality which beckons humanity to be candid, reflective and regenerative. The book brings to life the diversity of Africa and the challenges it faces in an unforgettable way.