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Stakeholders tag Nairobi biodiversity talks ‘a failure’

For the past week, negotiators from 195 states plus...

NCF, IUCN explore measures to rescue Nigeria’s last wildcats

As human-wildlife conflicts, poaching, illegal grazing, and logging persists,...

Elephants, biodiversity and climate change

The Elephant Protection Initiative’s (EPI) Friend of the Month...

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GIZ, stakeholders call for inclusion of African women in energy transition

Participants at a function on African Women for the Energy Transition in Lagos on Friday, June 24, 2022, called for...

Will COP27 serve another cup of illogical gender-blind climate justice?

Logic is the bedrock of sound decision making and an important ingredient for justice. Illogicality breeds injustice. How illogical will...

Why climate change impacts women differently than men, by study

A new report released at the Bonn Climate Change Conference on Friday, June 10, 2022, explains why women often experience...

Vera Songwe: An Africa-G7 energy and food security grand bargain

Europe, the US, and Africa are all reeling from...

World Bank approves $143m for drought response in Somalia

The World Bank said it has approved $143 million...

4m people at risk of food insecurity in north-east Nigeria – OCHA

UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)...

Google Street View turns 15, reveals most clicked sites by Nigerians

Google on Thursday, June 2, 2022, revealed the most clicked sites in the past one year by Nigerians to...

Breakthrough as Nigeria identifies three drugs for Lassa fever treatment

The National Biotechnology Development Agency (NABDA) has identified three candidate drugs to be repositioned and repurposed for the treatment...

How we invented first LNG stove, by young Nigerian engineers

Seven young Nigerian engineering graduates have explained how they invented the first Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) stove which is...

Govts advance text of landmark global agreement on biodiversity

With six days of negotiations behind them in Nairobi...

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‘March to Kigali’ movement urges leaders to eliminate malaria, NTDs in Africa

The “March to Kigali”, a campaign led by a group of like-minded civil society organisations from...

New report details tobacco industry’s inroads into Nigeria’s virtual space

The Corporate Accountability and Public Participation Africa (CAPPA) on Monday, June 20, 2022, released...

WHO to determine if Monkeypox is an international emergency on June 23

The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Tuesday, June 14, 2022, announced that the International...

Nigeria committed to ending monkey pox, says minister

The Federal Government of Nigeria on Sunday, June 12, 2022, said it had put...

Fadina decorated as Best Female Mediator

Mrs Adejoke Fadina has emerged the Best Female Mediator...

Great Green Wall: Stakeholders seek to restore Sahel for nature, people

BirdLife International and the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) on...

Desertification Day: Leaders call for urgent action to boost drought resilience

In the face of growing impacts of drought exacerbated...

NCF, agencies, others call for effective Great Green Wall collaboration

The Nigeria Conservation Foundation (NCF) and the Pan African...

Financial paucity identified as major obstacle to effective GGW implementation

The Federal Government of Nigeria on Tuesday, June 14,...

Govt urged to halt IOC divestments until degraded Niger Delta environments are fully restored

The Nigerian government has been told to halt the...

Group spotlights mercury-free alternatives in new study

In line with the celebration of National Poison Prevention...

Environmentalists want clear rules on export of used lithium-ion batteries to Africa

The export of used lithium-ion batteries for second-life applications...

New rules restricting plastic trade are being ignored, claim groups

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UN, GEF, others commit to resource efficiency, cleaner industrial production

The United Nations Industrialisation Development Organisation (UNIDO), Global Environmental...

UN agencies support the Just Energy Transition in Asia

A  group of UN agencies designed to accelerate the...

Energy transition: NCDMB boss recommends intensive petroleum education

The Executive Secretary, Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board...

German-Nigerian Hydrogen Office hosts symposium on green hydrogen

The German-Nigerian Hydrogen Office on Thursday, May 26, 2022,...

LAWMA expresses commitment to cleaner environment

The Lagos Waste Management Authority (LAWMA) has assured residents...

Oando Foundation partners NCF, others, to clean Lagos community

Oando Foundation on Friday partnered the Nigeria Conservation Foundation...

Waste policing: Lagos collaborates with community leaders, Kwara warns traders

The Lagos Waste Management Authority (LAWMA) has collaborated with...

Joy in Calabar as state govt resumes waste evacuation

Residents of Calabar metropolis in Cross River State on...

Reps to investigate operations of Ecological Fund

The House of Representatives has resolved to investigate the...

World Bank-assisted REDD+ inaugurates livelihood support facility in Edo

To reduce pressure on forest reserve, the Edo State...

COP15 date, venue confirmed as nations advance negotiations on Global Biodiversity Framework

With China in the Chair as President, the 15th...

Activists knock Energy Outlook Report over Africa’s gas use call

On Monday, June 20, 2022, the International Energy Agency released the...

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Nigeria pays $7.15m for additional stake in Shelter Afrique

Pan-Africa housing development financier, Shelter Afrique, has received $7.15...

Stakeholders attribute incessant collapse to non-compliance to building laws

Stakeholders in the building industry have attributed incessant building...

Built environment responsible for 75% of degradation – Don

A don, Prof. Obas Ebohon, has said that 75...

Indigenous oil firm donates solar-powered water project to host community

An indigenous oil firm, First Exploration and Petroleum Development Company Limited (First E & P), on Thursday, June 23, 2022, donated a solar powered...

Bonn Dialogue urges ocean-based climate action

“I invite all to do their utmost to strengthen ocean-climate action and its finance and that these commitments are included in national climate action...