United Nations Development Programme Deputy Resident Representative to Namibia, Dr Armstrong Alexis, has said there is a need for urgent collaborative action to revive damaged ecosystems which all people depend on for survival. The Namibia press agency reports that Alexis also highlighted the work of the Integrated Landscape Approach to Enhancing Livelihoods and Environmental Governance to Eradicate Poverty project which was designed to promote a landscape management approach that integrates key agricultural and forest landscapes. The project also aims to reduce poverty through sustainable nature-based livelihoods; protect and restore forests as carbon sinks; and promote Land Degradation Neutrality.
- Dr Karuaihe reveals his 100 days plan as Agribank CEO
- Possible 10-year sentence for sharing pics, videos of minors amid POPI Act
- Oil highest since 2014 as Turkey outage adds to tight supply outlook
- Zandile Mafe transferred to Pollsmoor Prison
- Namcor require unvaccinated staff to show a weekly negative PCR test