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Radio Report: Climate change

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Challenges of waste disposal in Lagos this Yuletide

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  Radio reports archives The success of a  festival is not only measured by the number of people that participated in it and the volume of eating and drinking; but also the arrangements put in place to clean up the venue of the occasion. This may as well apply to the Christmas and New Year celebrations. What facilities are put ...

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Lagosians regret absence of the unique Christmas weather in the state

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Christmas weather December, aside being the end of the year based on the Gregorian calendar, is unique in many ways. One of the unique things about the Month is that it is the only time that most corporate organizations close shop to enable their workers  spend the yuletide with their relatives, loved ones and kindred. But beyond the shutting of ...

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Lagos unveils new system of managing solid wastes

Lagos State government has unveiled a new system of managing solid wastes in state that involves deploying sanitary officers in all the wards, recycling  large percentage of wastes and possibly exporting part of the wastes.   The State Commissioner for Environment, Dr. Babatunde Adejare who made this known during a briefing with environment reporters said the idea was to commercialize ...

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Radio report: World Bank lauds Nigeria’s action plan on climate change


Impressed with the country’s plan of action towards implementing its Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC), the World Bank says Nigeria is among countries qualified to access its financial grants and loans for climate change adaptation and mitigation.               The bank’s Director of Climate Change, John Roome, dropped the hint during a chat with Fellows of Internews’ Earth Journalism Network (EJN) to ...

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Radio Report: Nigeria to Implement NDC with Sovereign Green Bond – Buhari


President Muhammadu Buhari at the ongoing climate change conference in Marrakech, Morocco, addressed the African Union Commission, during which he expressed satisfaction with the level of seriousness of African countries in tackling climate change through their respective Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs). The president, who spoke during the Africa Day event at the COP, held at the African Pavilion, said Nigeria ...

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Radio Report: COP22 Nigerian delegation


The Federal Government will mainstream all elements of the Paris Climate Agreement and  National Determined Contributions (NDCs) into the country’s sustainable development efforts for speedy execution.   The Minister of Environment, Amina Mohammed, who is leading the country’s delegation to the climate change conference in Morocco, also said policies to cut greenhouse emission and for adaptation, would be backed up ...

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Flood alert: Geographers tell government to evacuate people living on flood plains

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Following the threat of a repeat of the devastating 2012 flooding in the country, geographers have called on the authorities to urgently evacuate people living on flood plains to reduce possible loss of lives, should the great flood occur, as alerted by the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA). Correspondent Innocent Onoh brings the details in this report on ways of ...

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Gas flaring in Kaduna


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