Ethiopia to offer one billion seedlings for six neighboring nations
Ethiopia plans to provide over one billion seedlings for at least six neighboring nations in the forthcoming summer season. This is estimated to be worth a minimum of 800 million Birr.
Commission considers legal actions against flower farms
The Federal Environment, Forest and Climate Changes Commission and the Oromia Environment, Forest and Climate Changes Authority are considering duplicating the legal measures taken against tanneries,for what was said to be a repeated environmental pollution offenses, on flower farms in various location in the country and the regional state, The Reporter has learnt.
Experts alarmed by level of hazardous chemicals in Ethiopia
Stored agricultural and industrial chemicals at various institutions in Addis Ababa and regional towns are posing health hazard and environmental pollution, experts warn.
EPA, USEPA collaborate to improve air quality
The United States Environmental Protection Agency is set to team up with the Addis Ababa Environmental Protection Agency and the Ethiopian Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, to help improve the air quality management system of Addis Ababa.
GMO cotton approved for plantations
The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change has approved the cultivation of Genetically Modified Cotton in Ethiopia.
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