Liberia Gets Top Post at COP23

Liberia has been elected as a member on the Board of Directors of the Green Climate Fund (GCF) to help steer the world to...

System-wide Improvements Planned for UL

The president of the University of Liberia (UL) has outlined strategic plans aimed at improving operations and academic activities throughout the university system in...

‘Chemical Spills Now Under Control’

Says EPA, stresses that Sayewheh Town now safe for normal activities After several weeks of investigation into the recent chemical spills in Korkoya District in...

“Keep Conservation, the Crux of Forestry Management, Strong,” FDA Retiree Urges

An FDA retiree has urged his former management to keep the dream of the conservation program burning, “because conservation is the crux of forest...

EPA Trains Customs Officers in ODS Detection

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently held a one day workshop for customs officers in Ganta, Nimba County on chemical substances that are harmful...

LEC Substation Flooding: Will It ever End?

Noah and his family and the thousands of other creatures in their care were in the ark forty days and forty nights until the...

Liberia Presents Readiness Package At FCPF Meeting In Laos

Liberia has presented a Participatory Self-Assessment and Synthesis of its R-Package (Readiness Package) at the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) Participants' Committee and Participants...

EPA Provides Updates on MNG Gold Mine Incident

A crisis management team (CMT) set up by the government to investigate the recent chemical spill incident that affected 34 persons at the MNG...

Decomposed Body Discovered in Kakata

By Chris F. Pewu Less than a week after the 2017 presidential and legislative elections, mysterious death has been reported in Kakata, Margibi County. According...

UL Agriculture College Eyeing Curriculum Reform

Many research institutions and universities are bringing forth new ideologies and restructuring their agriculture curriculum to ensure that agricultural activities continue be successful in...

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