‘Underground space holds key to ever-growing cities’
The British Tunnelling Society (BTS), an associated society of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has been in existence since 1971, now we have Tunnelling Association Nigeria (TAN).
Nigeria set to ratify Minamata Convention on Mercury
Speaking in Lagos, Minister of Environment, Amina Mohammed, who declared open and awareness workshop on the Minamata Convention on Mercury, organized by the Federal Ministry of Environment in...
NCF partners Nigerian firm on renewable energy education
As a means of enhancing environmental education, the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) has entered into strategic partnership with a firm to promote awareness drive for renewable energy in schools.
‘Why Federal Government suspended issuance of CITES permits’
The Federal Government has suspended issuance of Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species, CITES Permits, because of illegal, uncontrolled and unsustainable exploitation of forest resources,....
Demolition of waterfront communities in Lagos inhuman, violation of right to dignity, says court
A Lagos High Court sitting at Igbosere has held that the demolition of Otodo Gbame, a Lagos waterfront community by officials of Lagos State Government was an inhuman and degrading treatment .
Experts seek review of Nigeria’s bio-safety management act
Alarmed by the rate of environmental degradation and devastations associated with climate change and human activities, environmentalists have called for a review of the Nigeria Bio-safety Management Act...
Imo State approves N2 billion for rehabilitation of oil communities
The Imo State has approved N2billion for rehabilitation of infrastructure in Ohaji/Egbema and Oguta local councils of the state.
Stakeholders seek inter-agency collaboration in Lagos wetlands policy
Notwithstanding the huge benefits of wetlands to mankind, current global and local trends have shown that they are being degraded at an alarming rate.