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Yejihene Has Called on Ghanaians to Plant More Trees

Pimampim Yaw Kagbrese V, the Paramount Chief of Yeji Traditional Area has entreated Ghanaians to plant more trees in their respective communities to preserve...
Bimobas Festival

Danjuar Festival Looks at Environmental Protection

Shea and dawadawa trees provide enormous benefits for people in the northern part of the country as they are a source of income for...
Kenya Defense Forces training [Courtesy]

Kenyan soldiers to use environmental protection as “first line of defense”

Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) will use protection of the environment as the first line of defense to resolve resource-based conflicts, a government official said...
EPA

EPA organize workshop on ambient noise level guidelines

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), on Friday organized a day’s workshop on ambient noise level guidelines, for block making facilities, pubs and transport unions. The...
Local Government Service

MMDAs urged to be innovative in tackling sanitation

Dr Nana Ato Arthur, Head of the Office of the Local Government Service (LGS), has stressed the need for Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies...
Cocoa has been the main cash crop for ghana.

World Cocoa Foundation Mobilize Companies For Partnership

A joint framework for action on cocoa and forest initiative has been signed by government and signatory companies at a ceremony at the ongoing...
GJA

GJA Announces Entry Deadline For 22nd Awards

The Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) has announced to all members and prospective entrants that, the deadline for the submission of entries for the 22nd...
Photo taken on Nov. 26, 2015 shows a truck loaded with sacks of agricultural produce along the muddy Sironko-Mbale road at Bugusege trading centre, eastern Uganda. As a country where over 80% of the population relies on agriculture, the Uganda government is prioritizing growth of infrastructure to economically viable areas to ease access to the markets. (Xinhua/Daniel Edyegu)

European Development Fund Supports Agriculture In U/W

The 11th European Development Fund has provided 160 million Euros assistance for the modernisation of agriculture to increase crop yield in the Upper West...
Sekondi-Takoradi

Chiefs In W/R Assured Of Stability After Dividing The Region

Dr Kwaku Afriyie, the Western Regional Minister has stated that the modalities for the creation of a new region out of the exiting Western...
To encourage low-carbon travelling, Huainan, Anhui province has built a public bicycle rental service system covering 300 sites, 10,000 bicycles and 12,000 lockers in the main sections of the urban area. Local residents can enjoy a one-hour free ride. (Photo by People's Daily)

4 Chinese People Share Their Stories on Environmental Protection

Zou Yi: An enthusiast of environmental protection who takes photos of the sky everyday Jiankou, a section of the Great Wall located beside Xizhazi village,...
Climate change

Global Youth Call For Intensifying Environmental Protection Education

Hakima El Haite, COP22 Special Envoy and Morocco's Climate Champion, who made the call at a Youth Day event on Thursday at the ongoing...
Ghanaian journalists

Media Urged To Help Protect The Environment

Delegates and experts at the ongoing Conference of Parties on Climate Change in Marrakech (COP 22) said the media are seen as key players...
A wide view of members of the Security Council during a meeting on January 6. (Courtesy)

South Africa seeks Swedish support for UN reform

During the visit, Ramaphosa will meet with Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven on ways to transform the global political and economic governance, which...

Small scale miners angry over EPA permit fees

The Ghana National Association of Small Scale Miners (GNASSM) on Tuesday condemned the arbitrary increases in Environmental Protection Agency permit (EPA) fees for the...

Mozambican president urges environmental protection

Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi reiterated his executive commitment to protect the environment and curb illegal exploration of the country's environment potential on Tuesday. The...
Rajan Zed

Hindus join Pope?s plea for environmental protection

Hindus have commended His Holiness Pope Francis for his call to respect and protect environment in his 192-page first Encyclical "Laudato Si (Praise Be):...
illegal mining

Zambia to punish mining firms polluting environment

The Zambian government said it will start charging mining firms polluting the environment following the strengthening of regulations, the Times of Zambia reported on...
Growth was uneven across eurozone countries, with Germany "robust" and France losing ground ?

Finland gives Zambia ?4.6 million for environmental protection

Zambia and Finland have launched a 4. 6 million Euros project to protect the environment and improvement management of natural resources, the Zambia Daily...

Angola plants trees in capital to mark world Earth Day

Angolans planted over 2,000 various tree seedlings in the capital city of Luanda on Wednesday to mark the world Earth Day in 2015, which...

Angola scale up effort to protects its bio-diversity by 2020

Angolan Minister of Environment Fatima Jardim said her government planned to protect 20 percent of the 1.25 million square kilometers of national territory for...
Vice President Amissah-Arthur taking part in the clean-up at the Kanda Cluster of Schools.

Sanitation should be a priority – MP urges constituents

Mr Kwabena Appiah-Pinkrah, Member of Parliament for Akrofuom, in the Ashanti Region, is poised to team up with the constituents to prioritize sanitation and...
Management of Tigo in a group picture with Okyehene, Osagyefo Amoatia Ofori Panyin II.

Okyehene commended for achievements in environmental protection

The management of Mobile Network Operator, Tigo has paid a courtesy call on the Okyehene, Osagyefo Amoatia Ofori Panyin II, ahead of the climax...
CEPNR team undertaking fumigation exercise

CEPNR fumigate Sodom and Gomorrah

The Centre for Environmental Protection and Natural Resources (CEPNR), a non-governmental organisation (NGO), at the weekend organised a mass fumigation and disinfection exercise at...

Kumasi Journalist urges people to observe hygiene

Mr Ernest Okai, a Kumasi-based Journalist, has urged Ghanaians to strive to abide by sanitation bye-laws, to prevent the outbreak of cholera and other...