Luanda - At least one hundred and fifteen thousand peasants from Huíla province will be trained by 2021 in adaptation and climate change, through the project "Integrating Resilience of Climate Change into Agricultural Activities" (IRCEA).More about this news
Rome - Angolan authorities are seeking the support of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), with the aim of benefiting from its assistance programme to manage and control fires.
Luanda - The Ministry of the Environment denied Monday allegations that wildfire burning in Amazon rainforest (Brazil) are comparable to the fires recorded in Angola, in particular, and in Africa, in general.
Luanda - A Solid Waste Treatment and Recovery Plant project was submitted Wednesday to public consultation as part of environmental impact assessment and licensing promoted by Environment Ministry.
Luanda - Angolan researchers will have as from 2020 access to funds made available for researching biodiversity, should Angola join this year the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES).
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 - 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.
Malanje - The Environment minister Paula Francisco is leading Wednesday a team comprising national and foreign technicians who will work on identifying of conservation areas in the northern Malanje province.
Luanda - The ecological assessment project of Luanda Bay, designed over 10 years ago, whose public presentation took place on Tuesday, is due to last three years and will count on Agacá’s foundation 300,000 Euro financing.