29 November 2012

Angola: Ministry Outlines Strategic Plan for Environmental Technologies

Luanda — Environment ministry worked out strategic plan for technologies of the sector that will be submitted soon to the Cabinet Council for its approval, announced Thursday in Luanda the incumbent minister, Fátima Jardim.

The minister announced this when addressing an opening ceremony of conference on Renewable Energies, sponsored by the Ministry of Energy and Water (Minea).

The official pointed out the development of the programmes and initiatives that boost the expansion of environmental technologies as the key goal of the plan.

She also stressed that the plan aims at promoting and monitor the sustainable application of these technologies in public and private sectors of the country.

According to the official, the implementation of the plan will contribute to sustainable development of strategic field of the country.

The minister mentioned, among other sectors, Urbanisation and Construction, Agriculture, Energy, water, Oil, Geology and Mining, Transport.

The meeting is set to close Friday and gathers minister of Energy and Water, João Baptista Borges, Secretary of state for energy, Joaquim Ventura, secretary of state for water, Luís Filipe, national directors of Minea, representatives of Environment ministry, experts of national and foreign sectors.

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