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Monthly Archives: August, 2021

Migratory species most vulnerable to plastic pollution, says UN report

Migratory species are likely to be among the most vulnerable to plastic pollution, according to a new study released on Tuesday, August 31, 2021...

Long-term climate vision: Where Nigeria will be in 2050, by experts

The 2050 Long-Term Vision for Nigeria (LTV-2050) is expected to lay a solid foundation for the country to be a low carbon- economy and...

School on Climate Justice launched to train, build Africa climate activism capacities

While Kenya is aware of its responsibility to her citizens and has decided to pursue industrialisation, the government is however aware of her responsibility...

Ghanaian journalist, Kofi Adu Domfeh, bags environmental award

For his activities in promoting sustainable green economic development, Ghanaian journalist and climate advocate, Kofi Adu Domfeh, has been honoured at the 2021 Ghana...

FCMB, Mercy Corps to uplift 500,000 farmers, vulnerable in North-East Nigeria

About 500,000 farmers and vulnerable people in Nigeria's North-East zone can now access farming friendly and demand-driven financial services, courtesy of a collaboration involving...

EU introduces higher lead standards for food safety

European food safety standards for the amounts of lead and cadmium that foodstuffs can contain were becoming stricter as part of a wider cancer-prevention...

Greenpeace is pioneer in public protests, says German researcher

Greenpeace was a pioneer when it came to public protests and had served as a model for other groups, a researcher said as the...

Lagos seals companies polluting the environment

The Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency (LASEPA) on Thursday, August 26, 2021 shut down the operations of two steel producing factories and issued warnings...

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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,...