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environment

Earth Journalism Network Opens Opportunities to Local Media

Earth Journalism Network Opens Opportunities to Local Media

The Earth Journalism Network (EJN) has committed to working with the Rwanda Network of Environmental Journalists (RNEJ) as part of it plans of extending financial support to journalists who specialize…

EU Rewards Best Practices in Reducing GreenHouse Gas Emission

EU Rewards Best Practices in Reducing GreenHouse Gas Emission

The European Union (EU) in Rwanda has awarded Rwandan citizens who choose to walk or bike to their workplaces as part of personal contribution to reducing Green House Gas (GHE…

Ombudsman Speaks Out on Wetland Evacuation Concerns

Ombudsman Speaks Out on Wetland Evacuation Concerns

The Office of the Ombudsman has given its opinion on the issue of evacuation and expropriation of businesses and activities whose owners have considered to be unjustly done. This comes…

Report Suggests Recovery Options of Drained Rusizi Hot Springs

Report Suggests Recovery Options of Drained Rusizi Hot Springs

 A final expert assessment report on recent drainage of hot spring in Rusizi district has recommended restoration of the springs in a cheap and safe way, taking into consideration that…

Rwanda Stands Out At the Bonn Challenge Review

Rwanda Stands Out At the Bonn Challenge Review

From Rwanda to Guatemala, a new report on a global challenge to plant trees has showed that fewer countries have failed to unleash their potential to restore forests while some…

IUCN Global Environment Series to Discuss Reforestation of 150M Ha

IUCN Global Environment Series to Discuss Reforestation of 150M Ha

The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) will this Wednesday hold a series of a global digital events to celebrate the first major milestone of the Bonn Challenge and…

Experts Explain Disappearance of Rusizi Hot Springs 

Experts Explain Disappearance of Rusizi Hot Springs 

A team geologist and environment experts led by Rwanda Mines, Petroleum and Gas Board (RMB) has concluded its finding on the cause of the sudden disappeared of tourist hot springs…

Rwanda Sets Ambitious Reforestation Targets

Rwanda Sets Ambitious Reforestation Targets

On 23 July, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) released the new set of Global Standard for Nature-based solutions (NbS) that will act as a benchmark for…

Rwanda Raises The Bar In Response to Climate Change

Rwanda Raises The Bar In Response to Climate Change

Appositely, or may be paradoxically, or perhaps, paradoxically apposite, a virus that attacks respiratory pathways has reminded the world of the urgent need to cut air pollution, which costs millions…

We Lost Heroes – Families Pay Tribute to Gakenke Disaster Victims

We Lost Heroes – Families Pay Tribute to Gakenke Disaster Victims

Wednesday, May 6, 2020, a sunny day started like a normal day in Gakenke district, Northern province with no sign that it would rain. Andrew Mwumvaneza from Rumbi cell, Bwanamo…

American Couple Pushes Rwandan Students to Save Environment

American Couple Pushes Rwandan Students to Save Environment

Sometime in 2004, Mark Sullivan Kristin Jensen Sullivan – an American couple travelled to Rwanda as tourists to visit different parts of the country. On a visit to volcanoes national park…

REMA Gets a New Partner – Environment Professionals’ Association  

REMA Gets a New Partner – Environment Professionals’ Association  

Rwanda has witnessed the inauguration of the first association of environment professionals adding to other existing careers-based organisations like in the media, medics, lawyers and business community in Rwanda…