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Businesses urge govts to ramp up phase-out of fossil fuels

Ahead of COP28, over 125 businesses from across industries and regions have called on national governments to address the primary cause of climate change:...

Scientists urge govts not to abandon forest carbon offsets

An article in The Guardian of London on January 18, 2023, questions the effectiveness of REDD+ and forest carbon offsets if projects lack the proper oversight...

Govts step up action on agriculture, food security at COP27

Agriculture and food security featured prominently at the UN Climate Change Conference COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt in November 2022, with governments working on...

Do more to reduce rising air pollution, thoracic society urges govt

Nigerian Thoracic Society (NTS) has urged governments at all levels to do more to stem the tide of air pollution in the country. The society...

COP27: Govts announce masterplan to accelerate decarbonisation

Governments representing over half of global GDP on Friday, November 11, 2022, set out a 12-month action plan to help make clean technologies cheaper...

Govts, stakeholders urged on effective commitment to climate law implementation

The University of Abuja and Global Initiative for Food Security, Ecosystem Preservation (GIFSEP) have called on all tiers of government and relevant stakeholders to...

Activists call out govts, financiers, fossil fuel companies over continued involvement in fossil fuels

As the UN climate talks continue in Glasgow, energy stakeholders in Africa are congregating in Cape Town, South Africa, for the Africa Energy Week...

Governments, NGOs vote against genetic extinction technologies

International group of scientists, conservationists and leading environmental advocates have rejected potentially dangerous genetic engineering tool As thousands of government representatives and conservationists convene in...

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Nigeria begins stakeholders’ engagements on climate action

The Special Presidential Envoy on Climate Action (SPEC), Chief Ajuri Ngelale, has begun stakeholders’ engagement on plans by Nigeria...
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How environmental conditions influence early human migration – Study

Australian researchers have revealed how environmental conditions have shaped the migration patterns of early humans. Genetic data and archaeological evidence...

Govt inaugurates 5.2MMscf CNG plant in Lagos

The Federal Government has inaugurated a 5.2 million Standard Cubic Feet per day (mmscfd) Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) plant...

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Nigeria begins stakeholders’ engagements on climate action

The Special Presidential Envoy on Climate Action (SPEC), Chief...

How environmental conditions influence early human migration – Study

Australian researchers have revealed how environmental conditions have shaped...
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