Yesterday, February 18 was designated as a national mourning day after at least 40 alleged illegal gold miners were trapped following an unexpected mudslide that occurred recently in Gbanipea, Nimba.
The Liberia Electricity Corporation’s project to extend the electricity grid to western Liberia has resumed.
The Environmental Protection Agency has held a Natural Resource Management workshop in River Cess, aimed at discussing community rights, lowland farming and aquaculture, and the relationship between the people and the forest.
The Ministry of Commerce and Industry has fined one of Liberia’s largest supermarkets, the Abi Jaoudi Supermarket, for selling expired meat and associated products on the market.
Residents of the LPMC Bypass and the Valley communities in Ganta are calling on the Gompa City Corporation to relocate a garbage site that is in the middle of the communities, three schools, and a worship center.
Residents of several communities in Gbarnga were rendered homeless on Wednesday night because of flooding.
Amid acknowledgment by the Bea Mountain Mining Corporation that toxic waste created as a result of their activities have polluted nearby wetlands, a Bush Chicken investigation has established that residents of the town of Gekando, along the Mavor River in Grand Cape Mount, are suffering from skin rashes and a polluted water supply.
The Environmental Protection Agency organized an event in Paynesville City to celebrate World Environment Day.