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Climate change-induced high temperatures can raise food price, drive up inflation – Study

Increased average temperatures could drive up annual food inflation by up to 3.2 percentage points per year and overall inflation by up to 1.18...

Heatwave pushes temperatures above 35 Celsius across Japan

Japan’s weather agency said on Monday, August 21, 2023, that scorching heat continues to push temperatures above 35 degrees Celsius across the country, with...

WMO warns of dangers of sustained high night-time temperatures

The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) has issued a warning on dangers of consistently high night-time temperatures as parts of Europe deal with unprecedented heat-wave. The organisation’s...

Climate change: Vietnam records highest-ever temperature of 44.1C

Vietnam has recorded its highest ever temperature, just over 44C (111F) - with experts predicting it would soon be surpassed because of climate change. The...

China issues highest alert for high temperatures

China’s national observatory on Friday, August 12, 2022, issued a red alert for high temperatures, the most severe warning in its four-tier weather warning...

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Stakeholders hail govt’s proposal to create Ministry of Livestock Development

Agribusiness stakeholders have commended the Federal Government’s proposal to create the Ministry of Livestock Development in the country. The stakeholders...
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Experts express concern over indiscriminate drilling of boreholes

A water and environmental management expert, Dr Stephen Adegoke, has called on government agencies to adopt measures to control...

NIMC, House of Reps population committee seek areas of collaboration

The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) and members of the House of Representatives Committee on National Population held a...

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Stakeholders hail govt’s proposal to create Ministry of Livestock Development

Agribusiness stakeholders have commended the Federal Government’s proposal to...

Experts express concern over indiscriminate drilling of boreholes

A water and environmental management expert, Dr Stephen Adegoke,...
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