Thursday, May 23, 2019

Environment

Japan supports Tunisia in combating illegal fishing

The Agency international cooperation (JICA) informed that a Convention on the on a Japanese donation to Tunisia was signed. This concerns the granting of against...

Access to water for all in the Middle East and North Africa: FAO is...

The Director-General of the food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) stressed that water scarcity can exacerbate food insecurity, migration...

UNICEF sees Rohingyas as future climate refugees

According to the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), droughts, landslides, risks of cyclones and floods threaten, for example, 19 million children in...

1 688 billion euros injected into fossil fuels since COP21

The world's major banks are accused of injecting 1 688 billion euros in the field of fossil fuels since the 21st Conference...

Lifting the ban on ostrich meat in the EU: South Africa welcomes the measure

The lifting of the ban on ostrich meat in the European Union (EU) is a positive new one which would soon contribute...

Sierra Leone prohibits industrial fishing for one month

The authorities of Sierra Leone have applied "a wise decision", according to environmental advocates. Indeed, the country banned for one month, from...

Macky Sall for "Senegal with zero waste"

Senegal could soon break with its old tradition of lack of cleanliness. Indeed, the unsanitary situation prevailing in the cities of Senegal...

Cameroon and France for new perspectives in the water and energy sectors

The water and energy sectors are extremely linked and their development cannot be separated. It is in this context that, Gaston ELOUNDOU...

Work on drinking water infrastructures in Côte d'Ivoire: the difficulties highlighted

Côte d'Ivoire is in the middle of the work of drinking water infrastructures. A guided tour, on 28 April 2019, on the...

Senegal: a hippopotamus shot in Kédougou, the opinion denounces

The case of the hippopotamus shot at Kédougou Sunday, March 31, 2018 by a Hunter by order of the Governor has finished...