UN climate panel to explore 1.5-degree warming goal
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has decided the strategy and timeline for its next series of reports, the Sixth Assessment Report (AR6), and the special reports that will be prepared in the next few years.
New study alleges unsafe chemicals use in Nigeria’s beauty salons
A new study released by researchers has alleged that dangerous toxic chemicals in cosmetics are widely used in salons and beauty parlours despite their attendant health effects in disruption of nervous...
60 Heads of State expected as nations endorse climate deal
A record number of countries are expected to sign the historic climate agreement adopted last December in Paris at a signing ceremony hosted by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on April 22.
Don urges governments to fund forest conservation
With sustainable conservation of forest ecosystems being undermined by social-cultural and economic factors, a university teacher, Prof. Gbadebo Osemeobo has urged the governments to adequately.
Group marks Earth Hour Day, showcases LUFASI Park
It was fun all through last weekend as scores of nature lovers and environmental enthusiasts gathered at the Lekki Urban Forest Animal Sanctuary (LUFASI) and Park.
Half the world to face severe water stress by 2030
Without altering current levels of water consumption and pollution, almost half of the world’s population will suffer severe water stress by 2030.
Experts seek innovative solutions to Lagos market relocation
Plans by the Lagos State authorities to curb the nuisance created by the popular foodstuff market in the heart of the city have been welcomed by town planners, who are seeking innovative solutions to ...
Erosion on the prowl in Lagos neighbourhood
The looming danger of road collapse from erosion is creeping up in the neighbourhood of Shangisha, a suburb of Ketu en-route the highbrow Magodo GRA, Lagos seemingly unnoticed.