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Conservation EDN truck. Photo: Fungai Caetano
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A Mozambican company has been granted a licence allowing it to cut wood in a national park, against regulations and in spite of having previously been fined for illegal woodcutting. The Tete provincial government has granted the company, known [...]

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Coal President Nyusi and minister of mineral resources and energy Pedro Couto visited Jindal's project in May 2016. Photo: Jindal
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Indian industrial corporation Jindal has reneged on a commitment to supply clean water to people living in the area of its coal mine in Tete, Mozambique, while scaling up production at the mine which it says has “increased [its] contribution to the [...]

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Conservation Ponta do Ouro Partial Marine Reserve warden Miguel Gonçalves with a leatherback turtle. Photo: http://www.peaceparks.org
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Environmentalists have warned that a new port that Zimbabwe and Botswana want to see built in southern Mozambique would have a damaging environmental impact and disqualify the area from becoming a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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Water FIPAG's Intaka water distribution centre
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Construction works on a new $55 million water treatment station at the Corumana Dam, 90 km north of Maputo on the Sabie River, should start within the next three months, which could mean improved access to clean water for around 100,000 households in and around Maputo by early 2020.

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Development A brochure explaining the moratorium process to communities impacted by the resettlement. Photo © Palma Residences
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A coalition of civil society organisations painted an overall positive picture of the process for resettling families affected by Anadarko’s LNG plant in Palma on Wednesday, but noted there are still  some problems in the implementation of the plan. [...]

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