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Marine, coastal environment in Africa facing major pollution problem – UNEP

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Executive Secretary, Abidjan Convention of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Mr Abou Bamba, has said that marine and coastal environment in Africa is facing major pollution problem. Abou Bamba, Executive Secretary, Abidjan Convention Bamba made this known on an Instagram live programme on Monday, November 16, 2020 organised by Zoemaritime Resources Ltd., with the topic: ”Sustainable Shipping in Africa ...

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COP12: Time for blue economies in Africa, says Bamba, head of Abidjan Convention


The need to link the protection and conservation of the marine environment with sustainable development and improved livelihoods for local communities was highlighted when specialists from five continents began meeting on Monday, March 28, 2017 in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, at the Expert Segment of the 12th Conference of the Parties (COP12) to the Abidjan Convention. Addressing the meeting, the Executive ...

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Gulf of Guinea countries face environmental security challenge

Environmental security remains a challenge in the Gulf of Guinea and needs a sustained, robust response by countries in the area, Abidjan Convention Regional Coordinator, Abou Bamba, said on Tuesday. “From Nouackchott to Port Harcourt, the lives of millions are threatened by climate change related environmental risks,” he said at the opening of an environmental security symposiun in Lome, capital ...

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