Enhancing of Food Security in the context of Global Climate Change at Abemama. A team of 11 officials from various government ministries have returned from Abemama after conducting groundbreaking consultations with the full Island Council on October 19 and island representatives on October 20th at Kariatebike village, for the project Enhancing Food Security in the Read More
More than 10,000 participants, including presidents, ministers, scientists, business representatives and thousands of representatives from government and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) converged in Honolulu Hawaii from 1 to 10 September 2016 in the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) World Conservation Congress. The congress was hosted by the United Sates. The theme of the Congress, Read More
The Environment Inspection Unit of the Environment and Conservation Division (ECD) had conduct a training to the new officers on the Environment Act. The training is aimed at enhancing the capacity of the new officers of ECD to ensure they build and had confident in enforcing the provisions of the Environment Act.
The International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer has been celebrated since the 1994 around the world and was established by the United Nations General Assembly. This day is held and celebrated every September 16 to mark the day back in 1987 when the Montreal Protocol was signed. The Montreal Protocol is an Read More
The Environment and Conservation Division of the Ministry of Environment Lands and Agricultural Development is making preparations to join the rest of the countries around the globe in the world clean up day. The World Clean Up Day will fall from the 16th – 18 of September 2016. Part of the plan for the preparation Read More
The Environment and Conservation Division (ECD) had embarked to enforce littering at public places following series of awareness and consultations to the general public on littering. Under the national environment legislation, littering at public places is an offence and carries a penalty fine ranging from $10.00 to $500.00. Anyone found or seen litter at public Read More