President Mohamed Nasheed climbed on to the roof of his official residence, Muleeaage, on Thursday morning to complete the installation of a solar power system.
Maldives College of Higher Education opened application for BSc Degree in Environmental Management with 100 percent scholarship opportunities for all students enrolled to the course.
After a landmark decision by the Maldivian President to go carbon-neutral by 2020, the first in the world to do so, more developing nations are now following suit.
Maldives Environmental Management Project (MEMP), Ministry of Housing Transport and Environment meets Northern Utilities (NUL) to discuss future collaboration of work in North Province.
The Maldives hosts the first “International Workshop on Reef and Reef Landform Responses to Environmental and Climatic change (REEForm)”.
President Nasheed is attending a climate change conference in Italy and conducting more negotiations concerning Bikoka University’s proposed extension in the Maldives.
President Mohamed Nasheed has expressed concern over the environmental disaster caused by the continuing oil spill at Gulf of Mexico following the explosion of an oil rig.
President Mohamed Nasheed has today called on the world to phase-out HCFCs and not to “wait until 2030”.
MEMP took part in the World Environment Day function held in R. Dhuvafaru on 5th June 2010. This province level event was organized by the North Province office in collaboration with R. Dhuvafaru Island Office.
Final consultancy workshop held at the Holiday Inn to decide a site for the Regional Waste Management Facility to be established in the North Province. This one day workshop held in collaboration with the SENES Consultancy Canada and CDE of Maldives.