Wed, 31 Jan 2018 14:12 - Updated Wed, 31 Jan 2018 14:12
Environment Ministry wants to end deforestation to tackle ravines
Luanda - The Environment Ministry established as top priority to tackle deforestation, desertification and soil degradation so as to stop the increased number of ravines in the country.
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Moxico: Ravines widening in the province of Moxico
Photo: Kynda Kyungu
Speaking in a press conference on the country’s environment situation the Environment minister, Paula Cristina Francisco Coelho, spoke of the increasing number of ravines occurring all the over the country as a result of the bad usage of the soil.
The official also warned about the danger posed by the illegal hunt responsible for risking the existence of endangered species.
Despite these matters, the official deemed good the current environmental situation of the country with has a pollution level inside the regular world standard.
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