Luanda - Angola has come up with a list of proposals of the sites for registration as country natural heritage at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
Luanda - The country will reduce carbon intensity in electricity production by 35 percent until 2030 as part of the implementation of the proposed 2018-2030 National Climate Change Strategy.
Luanda - A national monitoring and warning plan on burning at national level should be set up to mitigate its effects on climate change, said Friday, the Environment Ministry's director of the Center for Tropical Ecology and Climate Change, Joaquim Laureano.
Luanda - The Angolan Environment Ministry will reinforce, in the coming times, the awareness actions on good environmental practices, for better preservation of nature and sustainable use of natural resources.
Luanda - The Secretary of State for Science, Technology and Innovation Domingos da Silva Neto Tuesday in Leiden, the Netherlands, highlighted the need for the Angolan scientific community to reinforce its role in the country's biodiversity inventory.
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).
Luanda - The project with mitigation components to promote sustainable charcoal prioritizes the way the forests should be used and the aggressive deforestation, said this weekend in Luanda the head of the Climate Change Office for Desertification and Drought, Luís Constantino.
Luanda - Angolan biologist and researcher Adjany Costa is one of the winners of the Young Champions of the Earth Award, given by the United Nations (UN) to environmentalists aged between 18 and 30 years.
Luanda - The Ministry of Environment promoted on Thursday, in Luanda, an approach on the Green Climate Fund, aimed at listening to the aspirations and projects on the environment.