Environmental businesses in Zambia

NGOs research to facilitate policy development, building institutional capacity, to help people
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Conservation Lower Zambezi (CLZ) image
Conservation Lower Zambezi (CLZ)
Environmental Education
Lower Zambezi National Park
Through educational lessons and activities on school visits to CLZ’s education centre and on outreach visits to the schools, CLZ aims to raise awareness and to build a generation of local community members that take pride in Zambia’s natural heritage and feel responsible for its protection.
Summer Pines
Chisamba Environmental Park
Chisamba Environmental Park is an eco-tourism venture run in partnership with the neighbouring village community. It is situated just 2 kilometres from Kabangwe Hills Enviro Centre in Chisamba District of Zambia. Visitors experience the natural flora and fauna of the area as well as a taste of traditional rural life.
The Trust at Munda Wanga Environmental Park has a vision to become a world class environmental and education resource in Zambia. The environmental education centre hosts over 40,000 children and teachers every year, providing hands-on educational programmes about the environment of Zambia.
Since 2015, The Centre for Zero Waste & Development in Africa (CZWDA) has been implementing the kicking the bags out campaign to push for a total ban on single-use plastics in Zambia. This campaign is aimed at awareness-raising and engagement within communities, students, organisations, parliamentarians and government leaders to address the urgent need of putting in place a law on the ban of single use plastic bags in Zambia and the rest of Africa.
Snakes Alive Zambia Education & Conservation (SAZI)
Promoting a positive attitude towards snakes
Snakes Alive Zambia Education & Conservation (SAZI) wants to change the traditional thinking about snakes and reptilia in general. This is because they are important in the environment in that they are efficient predators that play a strong role in the “food chain” by controlling the numbers of pests such as rodents (rats, mice, shrews, voles, etc.), amphibians such a frogs, lizards, birds, other snakes, etc.


NGOs research to facilitate policy development, building institutional capacity, to help people

The government has a ministry and an agency devoted to monitoring and protecting the environment. Zambia faces the profound environmental, social, and economic impacts of rapid population growth, development, and natural resource constraints. Environmental NGOs can play a crucial role in conducting research to facilitate policy development, building institutional capacity, and facilitating independent dialogue with civil society to help people live more sustainable lifestyles. There is incredible potential for Zambia to develop in a more environmentally sustainable way. The NGOs, local and international working on environmental issues in Zambia are listed here.

The main objective of environmental monitoring is to manage and minimize the impact an organization's activities have on an environment, either to ensure compliance with laws and regulations or to mitigate risks of harmful effects on the natural environment and protect the health of human beings. The NGOs local and international working on environmental issues in Zambia are listed here.

The four types of environmental monitoring: are air quality, water quality, noise quality, and biodiversity. Environmental monitoring is essential to gather information about and assess the effectiveness of the environment in which collections are kept. The records produced by monitoring the environment will provide a baseline of the existing conditions where collections are located. The major components of the environmental monitoring process include monitoring design, quality assurance, data management, data analysis, research and development in support of data collection. interpretation, coordination of agency activities, and the review,