UN urges investors to align portfolios with Paris climate deal
Greater ambition to divest from fossil fuel investments and consistent climate action is needed from the global investor community to accelerate the move towards...
Africa’s iconic mammals threatened by poachers, armed groups, says UNEP
Elephants, giraffes, rhinos and other magnificent mammals targeted in wildlife conservation areas of Central Africa are under threat of extinction, caught in the crosshairs...
Military not enemy of Ogoni, Saro-Wiwa associates insist
The Ken Saro-Wiwa ASSOCIATES (KSA) has said the Nigerian army and other security agencies were not the enemies to the Ogoni people, insisting that their real enemies were those who have politicised the Ogoni struggle.
The Ogoni clean-up project
The euphoria that greeted the launch of the Ogoni clean-up project has not only faded since nothing has been done almost two years after, the report, the other day...
Ogoni clean-up: Rivers lawmaker calls for patience with FG
Mr Josiah Olu, an APC lawmaker representing Eleme Constituency in the Rivers Assembly has enjoined pressure groups agitating against the delayed Ogoni clean-up to be patient with the Federal Government.
Stop making jamboree with Ogoni cleanup, PANDEF tells government
The Pan Niger Delta Forum (PANDEF) has told the Federal Government to stop making jamboree with the Ogoni clean up and ensure a speedy implementation of the exercise without further delay.
‘Ogoni cleanup has been politicised due to diverse interests’
Oil will become obsolete in the next 30years. There are now electrical cars. There is now a global Paris agreement for a gradual de-carbonisation process. You will see a transition from fossil fuel dependency to renewable sources of energy.
Environment firms begin remediation work on Ogoni cleanup
An environmental firm, Hydrocarbon Pollution Remediation Project (HYPREP) has commenced preliminary remediation work on Ogoni cleanup.
Landmark UN-backed treaty on mercury takes off
A ground-breaking global convention on mercury has goes into effect, the United Nations environment wing said, protecting millions of children and infants from possible neurological and health damage.