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Monthly Archives: September, 2022

Climate camp emboldens movement of movements for Global South climate justice

The Climate Justice Camp in Tunisia has concluded with almost 400 participants strengthening a movement of solidarity across more than 65 countries around the...

Sri Lankan President proposes to set up int’l university on climate change

Sri Lankan President has proposed to establish an international university on climate change in the country with the support of the Asian Development Bank...

Accelerating development, transfer of climate technologies to developing countries

The two bodies under UN Climate Change’s Technology Mechanism have stepped up their collaboration to help accelerate the development and transfer of climate technologies to developing...

SDG 16 is achievable in Nigeria – CISLAC

Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) official, Mr Auwal Rafsanjani, has expressed optimism that Nigeria will achieve the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 16 with sustained...

Global warming: Group seeks compensation for Africa from West

The African Youth Assembly has called for compensation for Africa from wealthier nations from the West to mitigate climate change. Mr Mathew Greene, the West...

Govt urges local, foreign oil firms to help tackle energy poverty

The Minister of State, Petroleum Resources, Chief Timipre Sylva, has called on both local and international oil companies to join hands with the Federal...

‘Blueing’ the Paris Agreement at COP27

Momentum is building for a strong political outcome relating to oceans at the UN Climate Change Conference COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, in November...

Flooding: Kogi rice farmers raise alarm over destruction of farmlands

Rice farmers, who are beneficiaries of the Value Chain Development Programme (VCDP), have cried out over the destruction of their farmlands by flood. The farmers,...

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Lagos trains 50 town planners in drones deployment

Lagos State Government began a two-week training of  50 town planners on Monday, February 6, 2023, on effective operation of drones to monitor...
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Death toll could increase eight-fold in Turkey quake, says WHO

The death toll from a strong earthquake in south-eastern Turkey, near Syria's border, could rise eight-fold, the World Health...

South African court to hear case challenging Monsanto/Bayer’s drought tolerant GM maize

After five years of protracted legal proceedings, the High Court in Pretoria, South Africa, will on Tuesday, February 7...

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Lagos trains 50 town planners in drones deployment

Lagos State Government began a two-week training of  50 town planners on...

Death toll could increase eight-fold in Turkey quake, says WHO

The death toll from a strong earthquake in south-eastern...