Luanda - Angola’s Environment minister Paula Francisco leaves Tuesday for Marrakesh, Morocco, to represent the country at the 5th Session of the African Regional Forum on Sustainable Development (ARFSD2019).More about this news
Luanda - The Secretary of State for the Environment, Joaquim Manuel, said Thursday in Luanda that there are about 200 Giant Black Sable, but still threatened due to poaching.
Luanda - Angola still needs 450 to 500 meteorological stations to cover all localities and provide weather information in a timely manner to ensure the protection of lives and property, as well as prevention of natural disasters.
Huambo, March 21 (ANGOP) - Angola's southern central Huambo province has lost almost half of its native forest cover in the last 17 years because of the cutting of trees for agricultural production and charcoal.
Mbanza Kongo - some animal species under protection regime with highlights to elephants and African forest buffalo, are on the verge of extinction due to poaching, said on Friday in Mbanza Kongo, the head of the Forest Development Institute (IDF), João Domingos.
Luanda - The giant sable antelope and the Leatherback sea turtle are endangered species category B, while the African penguin, black rhino and brown hyena are already extinct species of category A, in the Republic of Angola.
Luanda - Environment Minister Paula Francisco Tuesday in Luanda defended the need to approve a legislative package to combat environmental crimes in the country.
Luanda - Luanda returned to the routine on Wednesday, after eight intense days, marked by the Christmas and New Year holidays. From the first hours, an element that calls attention of who circulates by the city: great part of the streets is without accumulation of trash.
Luanda - The National Institute of Meteorology and Geophysics (INAMET) forecasts that the following weather conditions for maritime navigation will be available for the four coastal regions of Angola until 6:00 p.m. Tuesday,