Chevron Nigeria Limited’s committed to connecting people to nature
It is a fact that some corporate bodies have made environmental stewardship part of their social investments. Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL) - operator of the joint venture between the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and CNL (NNPC/CNL JV) - is one of such organizations.
Amnesty, others seek cleanup of Ogoni polluted sites
Since the current President, Muhammadu Buhari was elected the governing structures for the UNEP implementation have been put in place and a coordinator was appointed to lead HYPREP, the implementation agency.
‘60,000 tonnes of hazardous wastes imported into Nigeria’
A new report released by Basel Convention Coordinating Centre for the African Region (BCCC-Africa), Nigeria has raised concern on the issues of growing consumption and importation of Used Electrical and Electronic Equipment (UEEE) into the country.
Paris climate accord and U.S. world leadership
One thing about United States of America (USA) is that while as the so-called Policeman of the world, it is highly interest on knowing first hand, if not influence, what goes on around the world, the rest of the world is always interested in policies by its leadership.
‘Nigeria committed to Paris climate change accord’
The Nigerian government has pledged to up hold the tenets of Paris agreement on climate change despite United States withdrawal.The Minister of State for Environment, Ibrahim Jibril who spoke on the up-coming World Environment Day.....
NCF seeks clean energy awareness for secondary school students
To protect the environment and reduce dependence on fossil fuel, the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) has advocated the promotion of clean energy concept among secondary school students.
Cross River renames Green Police, set to prosecute environmental offenders
Ayade noted that the new outfit “Green Sheriff” must serve as an environmental neighborhood watch by ensuring that every resident of the state and Calabar in particular keeps his or her environment very clean.”
ECOWAS, WASCAL commit to combat climate change
In a bid to combat the adverse effects of climate change in the region, the Economic Community of West African States and the regions Science Service Centre on Climate Change and Adapted Land Use...
NIMET gives farmers in Borno, Yobe early warning signals
In a renewed effort to build the capacity of communities to benefit from early warning systems, and to integrate this knowledge into their livelihoods, the Nigerian Meteorological Agency....