Science & Tech

Gas flare-out: Mallam commends Total’s commitment

// May 30th, 2014 // 273 views
  Mallam Minister of Environment, Laurentia Laraba Mallam, has commended French oil and gas giant, Total, over its determination to be the first multinational oil corporation to stop offshore... 
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Agric & Biotech

Fears over DR Congo’s endangered trees

// Jul 16th, 2014
Fears over DR Congo’s endangered trees
When one thinks of endangered species, the usual large animals spring to mind. Elephants, tigers, rhinos. And quite rightly they are the ones who get the lion’s share of the attention at... 
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Health

‘Nigeria sits on environmental health time bomb’

// Jul 20th, 2014
‘Nigeria sits on environmental health time bomb’
Just when Nigerians are counting on the possibility that Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, will be counted among the best cities of the world, facts about how well-planned cities are rated... 
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Human Settlement

National Conference decides on Land Use Act amendment

// Jul 10th, 2014
National Conference decides on Land Use Act amendment
Conference in plenary Resolution of two critical issues that have caused a deep divide at the National Conference formed a part of the plenary session of the Conference on Wednesday, a day partially... 
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Real Estate

OPIC extends length of Agbara Estate road to 50km

// Jul 17th, 2014 // 119 views
OPIC extends length of Agbara Estate road to 50km
Governor Ibikunle Amosun of Ogun State The targeted 10.8 kilometers road re-construction that commenced barely six months ago and is nearing completion at the Ogun State Property and Investment... 
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Sustainable Devpt

Journalists get capacity for investigative reporting

// Jul 21st, 2014
Journalists get capacity for investigative reporting
In view of the evolving importance of environmental journalism in Nigeria, the practice is about to get a boost as environmental reporters join other journalists to get international training... 
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Water & Sanitation

WaterAid supports UN’s call to end open defecation

// May 30th, 2014
WaterAid supports UN’s call to end open defecation
  AMCOW’s interim President and Nigeria’s Honourable Minister of Water Resources, Mrs Sarah Reng Ochekpe (left), with the Country Representative of WaterAid Nigeria, Dr. Michael Ojo WaterAid... 
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Climate Change

Climate change: Tackling poverty, ignorance

// Jul 22nd, 2014
Climate change: Tackling poverty, ignorance
Ignorance could often be considered a significant factor of influence in the wise of the low-level   perception of climate change among the common people of the developing world, but a more... 
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TV Reports

Benefits of hugs

Have you had a hug today? Are you getting enough hugs? Psychotherapists say hugs can be very powerful, on an emotional, physical and... 

Cartoons

State of emergency

State of emergency

State of emergency on the environment     Cartoon by Francis Odupute  Read More »

Renewable Energy »

PAVE, CTI-PFAN collaborate on clean energy

On Aug 15, 2013

Officials of the Pan African Vision for the Environment (PAVE) have disclosed that the Lagos-based non-governmental... 

CCDI, AAP scheme seeks to generate power from waste

On Jul 29, 2013

The second stage of a pilot project entitled “Energy Generation from Waste – A Locally Based Livelihood,... 

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