11 December 2012

Angola: Nation Needs Strategic Plan

Luanda — The Swedish expert in climate changes and sustainability, Andreas Gyelenhamn, said this Tuesday in Luanda that the country needs a strategic plan so as to outline all process of development and sustainable technologies, already incorporated in the strategic plan.

The expert said so during the workshop on "Development of Angolan Cities", organized by the Ministry of Environment and Embassy of Sweden in Angola.

He said that Angola is growing a lot at the moment.

According to him, Sweden may teach better practices in the fields of sustainability and growth of cities.

He said that his country may connect garbage and energy in different areas because i tis possible to transform garbage into energy and energies may create sources of sustainable energies.

In addition, the expert said that his country has accessible prices that may contribute to the growth and development of Angola.

Andreas Gyelenhamn said that the main challenge of the country for the future is to eradicate poverty because the environmental problems cannot be resolved without economic problems.

He said that the country must work hard in order to reduce poverty and improve the quality of population's living standards and environment.

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