The U.S. Department of State has awarded $350,000 to World Monuments Fund for conservation of the 10th‐century temple of Phnom Bakheng at Angkor Park.
Lack of inexpensive, reliable energy delivery is one of the chief obstacles to growth and development in sub-Saharan Africa.
The sentencing of Michael Hegarty “sends a message to those who profit from the slaughter and illicit trade of wildlife, you will be caught and prosecuted no matter where you hide.”
Over the past five years, the United States has provided over $4.1 million for humanitarian mine action activities in the West Bank.
Over the past two decades, Dr. Adesina has worked tirelessly to expand Nigeria’s agricultural production, thwart corruption and increase the availability of credit to smallholder farmers across Africa.
NOAA announced 15 projects worth $2.2 million to support marine debris removal and research through the NOAA Marine Debris Program.
No business endeavor can succeed without reliable and inexpensive delivery of electric power.
As a world leader in clearing explosive hazards that threaten civilians, the United States is taking action to tackle these deadly devices in Iraq, Syria, Colombia, Afghanistan and elsewhere around the world.
"It is a top priority to pursue a North American energy strategy that will ensure security, stability, economic growth for the United States, Mexico, and for Canada.”
In support of efforts to protect fisheries in the Gulf of Mexico, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced, in mid-July, that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA, has issued awards totaling $16.7 million.
On June 8th, much of the world observes United Nations World Oceans Day in order to remind people how important the world’s oceans are to all life on Earth.
The disposal of landmines, improvised explosive devices, or IEDs, and unexploded ordnance is necessary to help stabilize areas liberated from ISIS, and make them habitable again.