Luanda - The need for a national framework for the implementation of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) in Angola is contained in the recommendations of the First Broad Consultative Council of the Environment Ministry held this month in Luanda.More about this news
Luanda - The National Police delivered part of the ivory seized on June 04, at Luanda?s 04 de Fevereiro International Airport, to the Ministry of Environment, since the institution is responsible for the control of these items.
Luanda - The first national inventory on ivory for 2012/2017 estimates that at least 50 elephants were killed in this period, which will have produced one million 240 kilograms of ivory.
Luanda - Environment minister Paula Francisco Wednesday defended a new work dynamic in the sector to decentralise public services, ahead of municipal elections for 2020.
Luanda - Environment Minister Paula Francisco pointed to urban and rural sanitation as priorities for the sector in the period 2017/2022, without neglecting economic inclusion.
Luanda - The Portuguese environmentalist Patrícia Castro Thursday in Luanda said that Angola is walking with strong evidence for the development of environmental technologies.
Luanda - The Ministry of Environment intends to train national cadres on bio-safety to reduce the transgression of genetically modified, imported or altered products into the country in order to ensure their quality.
Luanda - The implementation of eco-tourism activities in national parks opens a new milestone in the protection of new and endangered species of fauna and flora in Angola.
Luanda - The Environment minister, Paula Francisco, reiterated on Tuesday in Luanda, to continue fighting illegal trade of wild fauna and wild flora, so as to preserve the ecological diversity.