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U.N. committee acts on toxic plastics additives, pesticides, industrial chemicals

In a landmark decision, a U.N. expert committee decided, unanimously, that global action is needed for the toxic plastic additive UV-328. The evaluation provided...

Philippine study finds lead in industrial paints sold locally

The report “Lead in Solvent-Based Industrial Paints Sold in the Philippines” released on Sunday, October 24, 2021, in time for the UN-backed International Lead...

COVID-19 informed fresh contents, increased waste generation – PAVE study

The Pan African Vision for the Environment (PAVE) under the IPEN Toxics-Free SDGs (TFSDGs) Projects Phase 3 on COVID-19 Chemicals and Wastes, has concluded...

Report proposes stronger ASEAN response to fight global waste dumping

While governments of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) have individually taken action to address incidents of illegal waste shipments from affluent and...

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The Letterman: How I gained access to Obasanjo’s letters – Musikilu Mojeed

In an interview with Khadira Ahmed, Musikilu Mojeed, an award-winning investigative journalist and Editor-in-Chief at Premium Times, traced the...
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In run up to CBD COP15, biodiversity scientists suggest ‘10 Must Dos’

By 2030, 30 per cent of the planet's land and sea areas should be protected. All subsidies leading to...

How wildlife help combat the climate crisis

Wildlife conservation and climate action are often considered as separate environmental issues, but the two are utterly intertwined. We...

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