Fri, 10 Nov 2017 17:27 - Updated Fri, 10 Nov 2017 17:26
British Government envoy praises fight against climate change
Luanda - The British government's envoy for trade in Angola, Baroness Lindsay Northover, on Friday in Luanda highlighted plans and programs to adapt and mitigate the effects of climate change.
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Baronesa Lindsay Northover, special envoy of British Prime Minister
Photo: Gaspar dos Santos
Lindsay Northover, who was received by Environment Minister Paula Coelho during her work visit to Angola, received information on the strategies that are underway and the preservation of the country's conservation areas, in a total of 12, 7 percent of the national territory.
The envoy of the British prime minister also gave a positive note to the Angolan government for its continuous engagement in the fight against the effects of climate change, which is currently more resentful in the southern region of the country, especially Cunene province.
As a result of this situation, Lindsay Northover made available her government's assistance to Angola, since her country has long been working on issues related to climate change.
"The United Kingdom has been working for some time on these climate change issues and will be willing to work with the Angolan Government," said Lindsay Northover.
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