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16. Land disputes force Loliondo Reserve border change
  Wednesday, March 27, 2013  by Admin
  MORE than 20 years of simmering conflict over land in Loliondo Game Controlled Area has necessitated a change of boundaries.
17. Man buried alive as trench collapses on him in Dar es Salaam
  Wednesday, March 27, 2013  by Admin
  A DAR ES SALAAM man died after the walls of a trench he (and his colleagues) was digging to install water pipes collapsed on him at Magomeni in Kinondoni District on Monday.
18. Mayhem as floods hit Dar
  Monday, March 25, 2013  by Admin
  TORRENTIAL rains caused flash floods in many parts of Dar es Salaam with many people living in valleys affected the most. Some residents were forced to abandon their homes and seek shelter elsewhere following the downpours that have lasted for several days now.
19. Water hyacinth returns to Lake Victoria
  Friday, March 22, 2013  by Admin
  ACTIVITIES on Lake Victoria are under threat following renewed invasion by the water hyacinth. Water hyacinth, the weed which once choked Africa’s greatest lake waters, threatening the lives of other organisms and cutting fish production, is back again.
20. Kagera residents brace for tough times
  Friday, March 22, 2013  by Admin
  RESIDENTS in Kagera Region should take precautions following unpredictable rainfall trends.
21. BUWASA pushes for prosecution of vandals
  Friday, March 22, 2013  by Admin
  THE Bukoba Water and Sewerage Authority (BUWASA) has called upon the government to prosecute people who vandalize water infrastructure and those who invade and construct residential buildings along water sources.
22. JET, British High Commission to run competition on climate change
  Monday, August 3, 2009  by Admin
23. Legislators press for closure gold mine
  Tuesday, July 28, 2009  by Admin
  Members of Parliament continued to press yesterday for closure of the Barrick gold mine in Tarime District, Mara region for poisoning a vital river.
24. 4 Mil. 22/- kupambana popo waharibifu
  Friday, July 24, 2009  by Admin
SHILINGI milioni 22 zimetengwa na Halmashauri ya Wilaya ya Bukoba, mkoani Kagera kwa ajili ya kupambana na popo waharibifu wa majengo ya Serikali.

25. Govt to carry out research on forests resources
  Friday, July 24, 2009  by Admin
  The government is in process to conducting a forest evaluation and assessment exercise to identify and collect statistical data on available forest resources.
26. Facilitate policy on natural resources, MPs urge Pinda
  Monday, February 11, 2008  by Admin
  Two MPs yesterday advised the newly-elected Prime Minister, Mizengo Pinda, to facilitate adoption of a national policy that would protect national resources. In an interview in Dodoma, CUF MP Hamad Rashid Mohamed said corruption was rampant in the minerals, natural gas and wild-life sectors, adding that these were the areas that attracted dubious contracts.
27. The Netherlands ready to support energy sector
  Thursday, January 24, 2008  by Admin
  The Dutch government has reiterated its support for energy development and production to enhance socio-economic and sustainable development in Tanzania. The energy sector covers the non-commercial primary energy sources, mainly wood-fuels while commercial energy include petroleum, natural gas, hydroelectricity, coal and geothermal energy sources.
28. Tanzania acts on Stockholm Convention against pollution
  Sunday, October 28, 2007  by Admin
  Tanzania has started implementing the Stockholm convention on persistent organic pollutants (POPs) to protect human health and avoid adverse environmental impacts. The implementation which started by raising awareness on POPs to key players, is carried out by the Chemical Risks Experts Foundation of Tanzania (CREFT).
29. Community Based Waste Collection and Small Scale Enterprise Development in Waste Recycling
  Friday, August 17, 2007  by Admin
  The role of the Dar es Salaam City Council is changing as the administration is decentralized to smaller units such as districts and wards, and more and more of the services such as waste collection, managing the water system and the public transport are being privatized. CBOs ) and Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) play gradually a more important role in the provision of different types of urban services in their own neighbourhood.
30. Proceedings of the workshop on Urban Development and Environmental Management Tanzania
  Thursday, August 16, 2007  by Admin
  Amongst others, the objectives of the workshop were to update participants on the progress for implementation of the Urban Development and Environmental Management (UDEM) framework; Review progress on activities of Solid Waste Management, Environmental Management Information System (EMIS); Share information on the ongoing preparation of guidelines for General Planning Schemes being prepared by the Committee appointed by the Permanent Secretary for MLHHSD.

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