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Masade-Olowola, CSR-in-Action win awards in mining and geosciences

Sustainability and communications entrepreneur, and Chief Executive of CSR-in-Action Group, Bekeme Masade-Olowola, has won the award of “Women’s Role Model in Mining and Geosciences”...

Gender mainstreaming: Centre sues for better engagement of women to enhance growth

The African Centre for Leadership, Strategy and Development (Centre LSD) has advocated for significant inclusion of women in the extractive industries. The Executive Director of...

Govt lists benefits of airborne geophysical survey

The Director-General, Nigerian Geological Survey Agency (NGSA), Dr Abdulrazaq Garba, says Federal Government’s proposed airborne geophysical survey will boost the revenue drive of 19...

Germany responsible for mining related displacements in Guinea, say groups

A team of campaigners has said that Germany should be held responsible for large scale loss of livelihood and displacement of farmers in Guinea. They...

141 NGOs seek moratorium on mining, oil and gas extraction in Greenland

Some 141 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) from all over the world have called on the Greenlandic and Danish governments and the European Union to help...

BMW, Tetra Pak, Schüco flay plans to mine bauxite from Ghana’s Atewa Forest

As Ghana weighs the economic benefits of mining bauxite for aluminum at the Atewa Range Forest Reserve, three global manufacturing companies – BMW Group,...

Mining Nigeria through economic diversification

Organised mining began in Nigeria in 1902, when the Mineral Survey of the Northern Protectorate was created by the British colonial government.  A year later,...

Study reveals mining in the Amazon threatens 20% of indigenous lands

A new report reveals that mining operations in the Amazon basin now cover more than 20% of Indigenous lands, threatening hundreds of Indigenous communities...

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We’re prepared for emergency management – NEMA

Director-General, National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Mr Mustapha Ahmed, says the agency is better prepared to provide a well...
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Ivorian, Ghanaian CSOs and farmers push for reforms in cocoa producer pricing

There is no doubt that the sustainability of the global multi-billion-dollar delectable chocolate industry hinges on the welfare of...

Climate change to cost Nigeria $460bn by 2050 – Okereke

Director, Centre for Climate Change and Development at the Alex Ekwueme Federal University, Ebonyi State, Prof. Chuwumerije Okereke, says...

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We’re prepared for emergency management – NEMA

Director-General, National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Mr Mustapha Ahmed,...

Ivorian, Ghanaian CSOs and farmers push for reforms in cocoa producer pricing

There is no doubt that the sustainability of the...