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Liberia: Blue Carbon Credit Deal Seeking 2.5 Million Acres Blocked in Fresh Ban

Liberia's National Climate Change Steering Committee (NCCSC) is considering a moratorium on carbon trading until the government can finalize recommendations on supervising the carbon market. This move comes in the wake of a damning report by Forest Trends that highlighted widespread non-compliance and legal violations in Liberia's forestry sector.

Liberia’s Environmental News Platform Under Cyber-Attack

The digital attacks on the "Daylight" news website can be traced back to the company exposed in the outlet's investigative stories.

Liberia: Sustainable Water Projects for Kinjor & Other Communities

The Technical Team of Bea Mountain Mining Corporation (BMMC) has disclosed that the ongoing sustainable water tower construction project in Kinjor is nearing completion.

Electricity Sector: Seeking Public Input On Environmental And Social Impacts

The Liberian Electricity Corporation (LEC) and the Rural and Renewable Energy Agency (RREA) have announced a public disclosure for the Liberia Electricity Sector Strengthening and Access Project (LESSAP) Phase-2. This initiative aims to improve the country’s electricity sector and expand access to reliable power.

Bong County Lawmaker on Accelerating Land Restoration for Future Generations

Bong County Electoral District 5 Representative, Eugene Kollie serving as the keynote speaker at the World Environment Day celebration in Gbarpolu County, has issued a powerful call to action for the protection and restoration of our precious land for future generations.

Africa Pledges to Triple Fertilizer Production and Distribution to Empower Smallholder Farmers

African Heads of State and Government united to bolster agricultural sustainability and enhance smallholder farmer livelihoods by endorsing the Nairobi Declaration articulating the outcomes of the Africa Fertilizer and Soil Health Summit convened in Nairobi, Kenya from the 7th to 9th May 2024. The Declaration signified a transformative step towards improving access and affordability of certified quality organic and inorganic fertilizers across the continent.

Liberia: Govt Gets Modern Geo-Chemical Analysis Equipment

A modern analyzing equipment geologists use to carry out effective and rapid on-site research and analysis of black mineral sand has been provided to the Ministry of Mines and Energy, by the Quetz Mining Company and its partners including Glorious Mining.

Tourism: Liberia’s ‘Green Gold’

With a coast line of over 680 km, Liberia offers a much rewarding tourist attractions including a vast stretch of 96,300 Square Kilometers in land containing flora and fauna amongst the most diverse in the world by all standards.

WASH Campaigners Seek Legislative Regulator

Compassion for Humanity Liberia (C4H Liberia) has commenced the implementation of a project targeting legislative engagement that will lead to the elevation of the WASH Caucus into a standing committee within the national Legislature.

Economic Downturn Punctures Joy of Festive Season in Nigeria

Chinenye Ikechukwu’s Decembers are usually dotted with concerts, parties, and restaurant and beach outings with friends. But this year, the 27-year-old resident of Yaba in Lagos has stayed mostly at home due to the economic downturn plaguing Africa’s largest economy.

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