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Trade union, CSOs, academia make input in Climate Change Bill

In an effort to protect Nigerians from suffering unnecessarily from the effects of climate change, the Trade Union, civil society organisations (CSOs) and the...

African CSOs hold pre-AMCEN talks in Libreville

Ahead of the 16th session of the African Ministerial Conference on the Environment (AMCEN) scheduled for 12th to 16th of June 2017 in Gabon,...

World No Tobacco Day: CSOs highlight tobacco threats

A cross-section of civil society and public health groups have urged the Nigerian government to ensure regulations for implementation of the National Tobacco Control...

CSOs in Ghana want illegal mining tackled beyond the ordinary

Ghanaian civil society organisations (CSOs) have commended the on-going media advocacy on illegal mining popularly known as “galamsey” for succeeding in establishing the evils...

Bonn talks: CSOs want progress on climate pact implementation

Representatives from Climate Action Network, a network of over 1,000 civil society organisations working to fight climate change in 120 countries, have called on governments...

CSOs flay delay in regulations for implementing Tobacco Act

Representatives of civil society groups that converged on Abuja on Thursday, May 4, 2017 have demanded expedited process in the implementation of the National...

African CSOs to Europe: Don’t hijack our renewable energy

Almost 200 African civil society organisations on Thursday, April 6, 2017 condemn what they perceive as European manipulation and compromising of the Africa Renewable...

Otodo Gbame: We’re shocked by Lagos govt’s excuse for demolition – CSOs

A coalition of civil society operatives has frowned at reasons given by the Lagos State Government for demolishing Otodo Gbame, an ancestral fishing settlement...

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GreenWaka, carbon literacy project collaborate to accelerate Nigeria’s just transition

In an attempt to assist Nigeria in realising its just-transition goal, the GreenWaka and Carbon Literacy Project (CLP) have...
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Why govt should put on hold resumption of oil exploration in Ogoniland – Groups

Concerned about what it considers as the neglect of key issues around ecological and social justice amid plans to...

SADC leaders launch $5.5bn appeal for drought, flood relief

Southern African leaders launched a $5.5 billion humanitarian appeal on Saturday, May 18, 2024, to assist over 61 million...

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Why govt should put on hold resumption of oil exploration in Ogoniland – Groups

Concerned about what it considers as the neglect of...
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