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Monthly Archives: April, 2015

Ogun gives out fresh discounted-rate-processed land titles

In furtherance of its bid to ensure home owners in the state regularised their landed property at a discounted rate, the Ogun State Government...

UNDP, others explore sustainable energy in post-oil Nigeria

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has stressed the need for stakeholders in Nigeria’s energy sector to prioritise sustainable energy in a policy document...

Mercury-free dentistry: Nigeria to ratify Minamata Convention

Two years after it was agreed on, Nigeria may this year eventually ratify the Minamata Convention on Mercury, a global treaty aimed at protecting...

UN climate portal features over 500 new city actions

To coincide with the 2015 Earth Day observed on Wednesday, April 22, over 500 new city actions, showcasing a wealth of inspiring climate action,...

COP 21: LDCs get guide to prepare INDCs

As preparations intensified worldwide for COP 21 in Paris, a new publication titled Guide to INDCs that provides practical guidance to Least Developed Countries...

N9.2 billion cookstoves: Paradox of climate change mitigation

The Federal Executive Council (FEC) in 2014 approved the sum of N9.2 billion to procure some 750,000 clean cookstoves and 18,000 wonderbags, specifically to...

Sustainability concerns emerge amid shale gas boom

Currently, only three countries are producing shale gas through hydraulic fracturing (fracking) on a commercial scale: the United States, Canada, and China. But as...

Nigeria joins league of biotechnology nations, as President signs Biosafety Bill

Nigeria’s dream of joining the league of countries using cutting edge technology to boost economic development appears to have come true following the signing...

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World Environment Day 2023 to focus on solutions to plastic pollution

Côte d’Ivoire will host World Environment Day 2023 on June 5 with the theme of solutions to plastic pollution, UN Environment...
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Climate change induced water crisis more severe than previously thought

Climate change alters the global atmospheric circulation, which in turn alters precipitation and evaporation in large parts of the...

2023 rainy season: Edo, Delta, Bayelsa express readiness to mitigate flooding

The governments of Edo, Delta and Bayelsa states have announced that they have put adequate machinery in place to...

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World Environment Day 2023 to focus on solutions to plastic pollution

Côte d’Ivoire will host World Environment Day 2023 on June 5...

Climate change induced water crisis more severe than previously thought

Climate change alters the global atmospheric circulation, which in...