Publications in LIBERIA


Mongabay
7/13/2018

Angry farmers set fire to offices of Madagascar eco group, gov’t agency
What began with a rare instance of aggressive enforcement of Madagascar’s environmental laws last month culminated in violent destruction. Angry farmers armed with sticks and machetes stormed into the northwestern city of Boriziny, also known as Por

Kokoyah District, Bong County – Beatrice Tarr, 38, began experiencing skin itching moments after she bathed in Sein Creek, a major water source for residents in Saywehta Town. The creek was one of several

Monrovia – A Turkish mining company operating in Bong County has been found liable for environmental degradation after “a catastrophic failure” of its tailing storage facility (TSF) on September 27, 2017,

Monrovia, Liberia (May 22, 2018) – Today, Conservation International and the Government of Liberia launched The Liberia Conservation Fund - Liberia's first independent conservation fund to provide sustainable, long-term financing for the country's p
All Africa
5/21/2018

[Observer] A group of diamond miners in Bahn, Zoe Geh District in Nimba County, have called on the government to lift the ban on mining activities in the county so as to ease hardship and provide employment opportunity for the young people.

SOLICITATION NO: SOL-#72066918R00009 ISSUANCE DATE: May 11, 2018 CLOSING DATE: May 25, 2018, 5:30 pm LOCAL TIME SUBJECT: Solicitation for Personal Services Contractor (US PSC) for Supervisory Program Officer/Senior Advisor, USAID/Liberia To All Int

The purpose of this solicitation is to provide construction services for the Ganta-Gbarnga 33kV line and associated distribution, protection, and control facilities. The Ganta-Gbarnga line extends 77.28 km from Ganta to the vicinity of Cuttington Un
Mongabay
4/13/2018

Certified weaknesses: The RSPO’s Liberian fiasco (commentary)
It’s late March and the latest news about the future of communities’ traditional lands has yet to reach the towns and villages in southeastern Liberia. On February 13, the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil, the industry certification system for pro
World Bank
1/25/2018

Strengthening national clinical research capacities is key to epidemic preparedness and saving lives
A portrait of Helena D. Sayuoh a nurse, wearing protective clothing while working at C.H. Rennie Hospital in Kakata, Margibi County in Liberia on March 4, 2015. Photo © Dominic Chavez/World Bank The 2014–2015 Ebola epidemic was the longest and deadl

Quiet Heroes in the Fight against Ebola. Global Waters, January 3, 2018. While the Ebola crisis was at its peak in Liberia, a small group of water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) entrepreneurs helped in a significant way by repairing hand pumps in c



Foley Power Solutions installs Caterpillar solar-plus-storage microgrid in Kansas City

Foley Power Solutions installs Caterpillar


Sofitel Los Angeles Earns Green Seal Certification

Sofitel Los Angeles Earns Green Seal Certification


Former Knight’s Inn, Now an SCP Hotel, Given New, Green Shine

Former Knight’s Inn, Now an SCP Hotel, Given New,


Apple Launches New Clean Energy Fund in China

Apple Launches New Clean Energy Fund in China


New Dutch study recommends optimal EVSE rollout strategy

New Dutch study recommends optimal EVSE rollout