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Large-scale nature conservation efforts alone will not preserve benefits for societies – Study

The enlargement of protected areas and carbon price incentives for reforestation alone will not stop biodiversity decline and the ongoing loss of critical ecosystem...

There’s increasing national commitment on nature conservation in Ghana – Ashong

Elephant Protection Initiative (EPI) Friend of the Month for September 2022, Ghanaian Sheila Nana Akua Ashong, is Deputy Director of Natural Resources at the Environmental Protection...

Cross River, National Park to partner on forests management, conservation

The Cross River Forestry Commission is to partner with the National Park Service (NPS) on forests management and conservation. Mr Zanna Lawan, the new Conservator...

UNESCO marks 50th anniversary of biosphere preservation

UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) has commemorated the 50th anniversary of its Man and the Biosphere Programme (MAB), created in 1971 to...

Stakeholders devise strategies to address illegal wildlife trade

From Pangolin to Forest Elephants, Lion, Cross River Gorilla, Manatees and other endangered species, Nigeria’s wildlife resources are under intense pressure. Over the past...

NCF calls for joint efforts to preserve the environment

The Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) has called for a joimt effort aimed at protecting the environment and conservation of nature. The foundation made the call...

Why zoo culture is disappearing in Nigeria, by experts

Some experts have decried what they called disappearing zoo culture in the country, attributing it to poor maintenance of most zoological gardens and the...

Illegal pangolin trade: What’s right, what’s missing and what’s next?

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has, in recent years, become more visible in the course of environmental protection through its demeanor against trans-boundary wildlife...

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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...