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Ethiopia: New Study Reveals the Massive Ecological and Economic Impacts of Woody Weed Invasion in Ethiopia
CABI scientists have revealed the massive ecological and economic impacts that the invasive alien tree Prosopis juliflora has had across the Afar Region of north eastern Ethiopia. Read more »
Ethiopia: the Nextgen Carbon Market: Turning Our Emissions to Dollars, Outcome of #COP24
Addis Abeba, January 28/2019 - Ethiopian online media outlets recently broke the news that there is a discussion going around some policy circles over reforming the regulation… Read more »
Ethiopia: Commentary - Uncovering the Nextgen Carbon Market: Ethiopia in Perspective
Ambachew F. Admassie, for Addis Standard Read more »
Ethiopia: Donkey Sanctuary and Govt Commit to Safeguarding National Donkey Herd
The Donkey Sanctuary and the Ethiopian Ministry of Agriculture will co-host a forum on Thursday 29 November in Addis Abeba, on the theme of 'Protecting Ethiopia's National Donkey… Read more »
Ethiopia: Why Ethiopia Is Unable to Control Water Hyacinth From Lake Tana and What to Do About It
Water hyacinth is one of the world's most invasive, fast-growing and formidable water weed. The weed commonly forms dense, interlocking mats due to its rapid reproductive rate and… Read more »
Ethiopia: First Modern Water Hyacinth Harvester Arrived At Lake Tana
The first modern water hyacinth harvester (Aquatic Weed Harvester Model H5-200) bought by the Global Coalition for Lake Tana Restoration (GCLTR) arrived Bahirdar Saturday… Read more »
Ethiopia: Climate Change, Excessive Water Extraction Behind Vanishing Ethiopian Lakes
Ethiopia is one of the African countries endowed with abundant fresh water resources and commonly dubbed as the Water Tower of Africa. The country is currently building Africa's… Read more »
Ethiopia: Lake Tana: How an Invasive Weed Is Threatening Its Survival
Lake Tana is the largest lake in Ethiopia and the second largest in Africa. In recognition of the lake's rich biodiversity and significant cultural heritage, UNESCO added the lake… Read more »
Ethiopia: In-Depth Analysis - Past Agreements On the Nile in View of the Law of Treaty and the CFA
October 11/2017 - The use of the Nile River has for centuries been monopolized by the lower riparian countries that claim 'historic right' over the waters. The hegemony over the… Read more »
Ethiopia: UN Food Agency Chiefs On Visit to Drought-Hit Ethiopia Warn Hunger Crises Will Escalate Unless More Is Invested
Speaking at the conclusion of a four-day visit to Ethiopia, including to the drought-stricken Somali region, the heads of the United Nations food agencies made a joint call for… Read more »
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