The country’s much awaited Extractive Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI) report was launched this week with participants calls for Government to amend the 1981 Minerals and Mining Act.
The MoEF also informed that the EIA notification should be amended to include inland waterways and jetties under the activities that need a prior EC.
One of the world's biggest cigarette companies, British American Tobacco, has taken Kenya's government to court over its move to make anti-smoking laws stricter.
Tafanana Zhou who is Zanu PF Mberengwa North legislator, said the committee noted that there were a number of issues that needed to be ironed out.
Keri: Laterite stone quarrying in Latambarcem carried out in a haphazard manner without obtaining requisite permissions from government authorities has been badly affecting the Amthane dam of Bicho
Environmental lawyers on Tuesday raised a range of concerns over dilution of rules for the appointment, selection, term of office, removal and other aspects of the functioning of the National Green
Tanzanian lawmakers approved two laws that enable the government to renegotiate contracts with mining and energy companies as the state seeks a greater share of revenue from its natural resources.
The countdown is on until Kenya's national ban on plastic bags takes effect, with retailers across the country instructed to be ready to comply with the new law when it goes into force on 28 August
ExxonMobil has repeatedly claimed to be involved in the fight against climate change, but official documents show it continues to spend millions supporting climate deniers.
A critical stakeholders' meeting was held over the weekend in Monrovia to validate the proposed draft food law and the national standard act to ensure that food and other goods released to the publ
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