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Yearly Archives: 2018

NASRDA calls for policy, planning on air quality

The National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA) has stressed the need for policy and planning on air quality to safeguard citizens from harmful...

Lagos land charge: Government is toying with lives, businesses – OPS

“Government is toying with people’s lives and survival of businesses. Things are pretty hard, and perhaps because you are on the other side, you...

Scientists urge Africa to develop laws on green growth

Scientists on Friday, March 9, 2018 called on African governments to develop laws to safeguard the development and management of green growth in the...

Environment ministry inaugurates boards of parastatals, agencies

The Federal Ministry of Environment on Friday, March 9, 2018 in Abuja inaugurated boards of parastatals and agencies under it as part of initiatives...

Blueprint to gauge climate change impact on cities launched

Experts have established a global blueprint to better understand climate change, its impacts on cities, and the critical role local authorities play in solving...

Nigeria should urgently key into biotechnology revolution – Professor Isu

Isu Nnennaya Rosemary is a professor of Microbiology and lecturer with the University of Abuja. The science enthusiast, in this interview with, Etta Michael...

New guidance on tobacco product regulation issued

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has launched new guidance on the role tobacco product regulation can play to reduce tobacco demand, save lives and...

Government lauds NNPC’s foray into renewable energy

The Federal Government has commended the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) for venturing into the development of renewable energy across the country. The Minister of...

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Rights defenders in Nigeria, across West Africa still subject to harassment, arrests

Research by the Green Advocates International and the Mano River Union Civil Society Natural Rights and the Governance Platform...
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US Supreme Court limits EPA’s power to combat climate change

The Supreme Court of the United States on Thursday, June 30, 2022, sharply cut back the Environmental Protection Agency’s...

UN-Habitat’s ‘World Cities Report 2022’ urges cities on climate action

A new United Nations report says an increase in extreme weather events and natural disasters like flooding, heatwaves and...

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Rights defenders in Nigeria, across West Africa still subject to harassment, arrests

Research by the Green Advocates International and the Mano...

US Supreme Court limits EPA’s power to combat climate change

The Supreme Court of the United States on Thursday,...