Dube was speaking on the sidelines of a parliamentarians’ workshop on climate and sustainable development organised by the SADC Climate Services Centre in conjunction with the Meteorological Services Department held from April 11-12. 'Some people still believe that climate change is linked to sin. Some are of the view that the erratic rainfalls or flash floods are largely because of lack of adherence to cultural values and practices,' said Dube. Dube urged fellow legislators to embark on educative programmes concerning climate change in their constituencies. 'We should embark on programmes to educate our people on climate change. They really need to know that it’s human behavior that is to blame,' he said.