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City Link Ostend-Banjul Project to Plant 5000 Trees along the Banjul...

By Ndey Sowe City Link Ostend- Banjul in partnership with Banjul City Council on Wednesday 26th August 2020 launched a 5000 coconut tree planting initiative...

Prolific Environmentalist, Ousainu-Gambia, Wins 2020 Youth Excellence Award

By Momodou Jarju Gambian environmentalist, Ousainu Colley, alias Ousainu-Gambia, has been named winner of The Stone Circle’s Youth Excellence Award (YEA) 2020. Colley is described by...

Human Activity Threatens Tanbi Wetland’s Ecosystem

With Madiba Singhateh Welcome to another edition of the Environment, the Column that sensitizes on the protection of the natural environment by individuals, organizations and...

Brikama Fish Vendors Call on Government to provide them with Water

By Isatou Kanyi Vendors at the Brikama Fish Market have called on Gambia Government to provide them with a water tank. Brikama market is one of...

Environment Ministry Working on Project to Safe Fort Bullen from Erosion

By: Kebba AF Touray Environment Minister Lamin Dibba said Wednesday his Ministry was working on a project aimed at protecting Fort Bullen which was threatened...

Banjul North NAM Tours ‘Tobacco’ Road Wetland

By Nelson Manneh The National Assembly Member for Banjul North Constituency Ousman Sillah, on Saturday 20th June 2020 toured the Tobaco Road wetland. The purpose...

‘Our Livelihoods Depend on How we Protect Biodiversity’ Nuha Jammeh

By: Sheikh Alkinky Sanyang Senior Conservation and Wildlife Officer has said that The Gambia's biological resources are vital to the populations’ economic and social development...

‘WAPFF Is Not A Fishmeal Factory’ Dr. Antoni De Siano

By Hatab Nyang     The West Africa Peche Fish Factory (WAPFF) located adjacent to the Kombo Coastal Highway in Batokunku in the Kombo South District of...

Bird Sanctuaries threatened by Loggers and Developers

With Madiba Singhateh In this edition also set side to talk about actions that affect bird’s life in the world. Every year thousands of birds are...

Gunjur Ward Councilor says the reopening of fish meal factories is...

By Hatab Nyang Momodou Charreh Gibba, ward councillor of Gunjur said the Government should not have allowed the fishmeal factories to resume operation. “The reopening of...

Penyem Community Forest Encroached by Intruders

By Louise Jobe The community of Penyem in the Kombo Central District of the West Coast Region have complained bitterly of the pillaging and cutting...

Safe spacing on some beaches not observed

By Hatab Nyang The health authorities’ advice for people to maintain a safe distance as a way to curb the spread of COVID-19 is not...

Renewable Energy – the solution to energy supply challenges in The...

By Madiba Singhateh Renewable energy systems are rapidly becoming more efficient and cheaper worldwide. Its share of total energy consumption is increasing day by day. The...

NA Select Committee on Monitoring of State Of Emergency Visits Coastal...

By Hatab Nyang The Parliamentary Oversight Committee on the Monitoring and the implementation of the State of Emergency during the global Covid-19 pandemic visited Sanyang,...

Human Rights Commission On Fact-finding Mission At Gunjur/Sanyang

By Hatab Nyang A delegation of Commissioners of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) led by Emanuel Joof as the Chairperson, on the 15th of...

Environment Ministry’s Adviser and Interim Project Manager of EBA Speaks on...

With Madiba Singhateh Part One Welcome to another Edition of the Environment Column. In this week’s Edition of the Column, the Columnist caught up with the...

KMC Awards Contract to Fence Bakoteh Dumpsite

By Nelson Manneh The Kanifing Municipal Council (KMC) on Wednesday March 18th 2020, awarded Bajam Enterprise Limited the contract to fence Bakoteh Dumpsite at a...

FAO Country representative speaks about sustainable fisheries/aquaculture practices In the Gambia

With Madiba Singhateh Welcome to another Edition of the Environment Column. In this week’s Column, we will continue with the rest of the interview that...

FAO Country representative speaks about sustainable fisheries/aquaculture practices In the Gambia.

With Madiba Singhateh Welcome to another edition of the Environment Column. In this week’s Column, we will bring you an interview that this Columnist had...

Forest Trade Fair Showcases Forest Products to mitigate against Environmental Degradation

With Madiba Singhateh Welcome to this week’s Edition of the Environment Column and in this Edition, we will bring you the Forest Trade Fair which...