Takhar 12 July 2021 The Takhar Provincial Department of Environmental Protection, in collaboration with the relevant security authorities, rescued two rare birds eagle-winged and wind-eating bird (local name) from hunters and released them back to the nature. According to Wali Habibi, Takhar's environment director: The two bird wings were discovered by environmental inspectors from a market inside the city of Taloqan and taken from smugglers. Afghanistan has a list of protected wild animals that cannot be hunted or transported, including eagles and wind eaters. The law is used to deal with the culprits. The collecting and shooting of all sorts of animals, plants, and birds are prohibited by Article 49 of the Environmental Law.
National Environmental Protection Agency Statement pertaining 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference
Environmental awareness was given to 300 teachers and students of Ansar Madrasa and Dar Al-Aitam.
Emphasis on better coordination between Government departments and the private sector in accessing the financial resources of the Green_Climate Fund
In Paktika, a rare bird has been freed from the hands of poachers
Discussion on National Determine Corporation during an exclusive meeting of National Committee for climate urgency
Call for Open Government Participation in Gathering Proposed Issues from Various Societal Segments for Inclusion in the National Action Plan 3
Rescuing rare species from poachers
Explaining climate change problems in the Amu River through sustainable energy management and ecosystems
Meeting between Director General of the National Environmental Protection Agency and the Deputy Director of the Institute for Sustainable Development
Emphasis on improving cooperation in order to achieve environmental projects