Addis to institute air quality management system
Joins megacity air quality project by the US Visiting Addis Ababa this week, Sara Terry, senior policy advisor to the Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards under the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), has brought her team to initiate the work of air quality management system in the capital.
MPs discuss bill on disposal of hazardous waste
The House of People’s Representatives (HPR) on Tuesday endorsed a new draft proclamation – a bill providing for the management and disposal of hazardous waste. The bill aims at preventing potential harm caused to human health and the environment due to mismanagement of imported and locally produced hazardous waste and chemicals.
PM intercedes on tanneries’ behalf
Following intercession by Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn, six tanneries shut down for flouting environmental standards resumed operation on Wednesday, The Reporter has learnt.
Impacts of urbanization and industrialization on Mekelle and its environs
Policy and decision makers have to recognize the byproducts of hyper urbanization and industrialization, and thereby be prepared for what is possibly, if not inevitably, to come; learn from past lessons, and thereby avoid future mistakes, writes Tesfai Hailu.
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