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.More about this news
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.
Luanda - A Red List of national fauna and flora species threatened of extinction is being analysed since Wednesday, in Luanda, by scientific research and higher education institutions.
Luanda - The Angolan government's commitment to combat environmental crime, with emphasis on the capture and burning of ivory, was recognized by the International Giants Summit, held from 15 to 17 March this year in Gaberone, capital of Botswana.
Luanda - The minister of State and head of the President?s Civil Office, Frederico Cardoso, said Tuesday in Luanda, that despite the encouraging results of the work to preserve the Giant sable antelope, the country has not yet reached the stage of non-retrocession to the risk of extinction of this species.
Luanda - The number of giant sable antelopes in the country has now reached 200 samples, collected in the past ten years, 60 of which are in the Cangandala national park and 140 in the Luando natural reserve in the northern Malanje Province.
Luanda - At least 316 million Kwanzas is the amount available for the implementation this year of the Emergency Plan of the Program of Protection of the Giant Black Antelope, in the period that goes from March to June of the current year.
Luanda - The herd of giraffes that went missing in 2017, but eventually were found in the same year in Luengue-Luiana National Park, in the south-eastern Cuando Cubango Province, are now being closely monitored and cared for by the Environment Ministry.
Matala - Animals such as black buffalo, elephant, leopard and wild boar are some of the rare species of fauna considered privileged and cataloged by the Forest Development Institute (IDF), in the Bicuar National Park, southern Huíla province, preventing them from being extinguished.