Monday 23 April 2012
Mozambique: Road Map for a Green Economy Being Drawn UpAllAfrica.com | 23 Apr 2012
[AIM] Maputo - Mozambique's Environment Minister, Alcinda Abreu, announced in Maputo on Monday that the country is currently drawing up its "road map for the green economy" and its national report for the forthcoming Earth Summit, to be held in June in Rio de Janeiro.
Egypt: Minister - Green Economy Is Our Way to Face Climate ChangeAllAfrica.com | 23 Apr 2012
[Egypt Online] Minister of State for Environmental Affairs, Dr. Moustafa Hussein Kamel stressed the need to shift towards the green economy to stop degradation of natural resources and reduce the negative effects of climate change on the Arab countries.
Angola: Tree-Planting Campaign UnderwayAllAfrica.com | 23 Apr 2012
[ANGOP] Benguela - A total of 800 acacia trees were on Saturday planted in "4 de Abril" ward, outskirts of the city of Benguela, by the ruling MPLA party's women wing dubbed Organisation of Angolan Women (OMA), with view to combat desertification in the province.
Angola: Youths Called to Participate in Environmental IssuesAllAfrica.com | 23 Apr 2012
[ANGOP] Luanda - The Ministry of Environment this Sunday launched an appeal to Angolan youths in order to participate more actively in solving major environmental problems, at a time when the world marks the Day dedicated to the Planet Earth.
Obama bids to win back green votersGuardian Unlimited | 23 Apr 2012
President is well ahead of Romney when it comes to green voters, but many are upset over fracking and Keystone pipelineBarack Obama has launched a new green re-election site hoping to make up with environmental voters ahead of next November's vote.Environmentalists for Obama is aimed at organising...
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