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Robots for tracking emissions from new oil and gas plants in the offing

Air pollution tests are currently being done in Uganda's two biggest cities, Kampala and Gulu, by Makerere University environmental scientists. Preliminary data obtained from...

World falling short of stopping growth of greenhouse gas emissions – Guterres

In his message on the launch of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Adaptation Gap Report on Thursday, November 3, 2022, UN Secretary-General, António...

Africa emits less than 1% of global carbon – Osinbajo

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo says African countries account for less than one per cent of cumulative global carbon emissions. Osinbajo disclosed this in his keynote...

DCC enhances stakeholders’ capacity to help reduce GHG emissions

The Department of Climate Change (DCC) of the Federal Ministry of Environment has embarked on a capacity-building exercise on the use of the National...

Densifying cities to accelerate Nigeria’s climate ambitions

As Nigeria participates in the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26), it is necessary to highlight and invigorate the ambition of 25% reduction in...

UN system generates 25% fewer greenhouse emissions in 2020

The UN system generated approximately 25 per cent fewer greenhouse emissions than in 2020, with significant travel restrictions and large portions of personnel working...

NDC: Nigeria updates emission inventory from three to 11 gases

Nigeria has updated its emission inventory from three gases to now cover 11. The nation’s Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC) covered emissions for Carbon dioxide...

Urgent climate action needed to safeguard world’s oceans, says UN report

Governments need to take the world’s oceans more strongly into account while considering how to curb greenhouse emissions and adapting to the impacts of...

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Senator Abaribe leads African MPs’ climate finance demand to the G7

Parliamentarians from across Africa, led by Nigerian Senator, Enyinnaya Abaribe, has called on G7 countries to show more commitment...
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While some chemical pollutants reducing in the environment, new ones keep popping up – Study

A comprehensive global study of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) – health-endangering chemicals that stay in the environment over decades...

EU hopes Azerbaijan will achieve best results at COP29

Azerbaijan, hosting COP29 as one of the key players in the fight against global climate change, will achieve the...

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Senator Abaribe leads African MPs’ climate finance demand to the G7

Parliamentarians from across Africa, led by Nigerian Senator, Enyinnaya...

While some chemical pollutants reducing in the environment, new ones keep popping up – Study

A comprehensive global study of persistent organic pollutants (POPs)...
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