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Monthly Archives: June, 2019

Nigerian scientists allay fears about genetically modified products

Climate change and rising temperatures is expected to continue over time. The extent of the change depends primarily on the amount of heat-trapping gases emitted and...

‘Ruga Settlement’ to address farmers, herders’ conflicts – Presidency

The Presidency has frowned at recent unhelpful comments regarding the plan to stop roaming of cattle herders with the attendant clashes with farmers via...

Nigerian delegates attend Abu Dhabi climate meeting

Nigerian delegates are among some 1,000 participants from 150 countries participating at the ongoing United Arab Emirates’ Ministry of Climate Change and Environment High-level Climate meeting...

UN facilitates dialogue to mitigate herders, farmers crises

UN Trust Fund for Human Security (UNTFHS) has facilitated dialogue aimed at mitigating herdsmen/farmers crisis in the middle-belt region of Nigeria, Mr Lucky Musonda, Head of...

Spiraling carbon emissions linked to heatwaves as activists charge G20

Countries across Europe are suffering from the impacts of an extreme heatwave, which is affecting millions of people in large parts of western and central Europe. Other...

PACJA director bags prestigious environmental protection award

Executive Director of the Pan-African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA), Mithika Mwenda, has been selected for the prestigious Sierra Club’s Earth Care Award 2019 for his unique...

LASPARK, NGO partner to build park on wetlands

The General Manager, Lagos State Parks and Gardens Agency (LASPARK), Mrs Bilkis Adebiyi-Abiola, on Friday, June 28, 2019 said that the agency would partner with an...

Nigeria’s Ebegba emerges chair of African Biosafety Regulators Forum

 The Director General/CEO, National Biosafety Management Agency (NBMA), Dr Rufus Ebegba, has emerged as the interim Chairman of the newly established African Union Biosafety Regulators Forum. Ebegba's...

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Biggest greenhouse gas emitters not reporting true climate impact on businesses – Report

One hundred and forty companies with some of the world’s highest emissions are collectively failing to explain how the...
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British High Commission welcomes 178 Nigerian Chevening and Commonwealth Scholars

The British High Commission in Nigeria has welcomed 178 exceptional scholars and fellows who recently completed their studies through the...

WaterAid, Cummins to provide Lagos school with WASH facilities

In a bid to improve access to sanitation in Lagos public schools, WaterAid Nigeria has laid the foundation of...

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Biggest greenhouse gas emitters not reporting true climate impact on businesses – Report

One hundred and forty companies with some of the...

British High Commission welcomes 178 Nigerian Chevening and Commonwealth Scholars

The British High Commission in Nigeria has welcomed 178 exceptional...