Except the Federal Government rises up to its responsibility of tackling environmental challenges in the country through the workable plan, bequeathing a sustainable environment for future generations
Experts urge government to tackle emissions in cities
Some environmentalists have urged the federal government to prioritize mitigation efforts on excessive vehicular emissions, which has become so rampant in Nigerian cities.
Lagos moves to tackle Olusosun dumpsite’s environmental challenges
Piqued by environmental and health hazards, which Olusosun dumpsite has posed to residents and businesses, the Lagos State Government has declared plans
Environmentalists urge definite approach in Ogoni land clean-up
• Seek comprehensive audit of infrastructure Four years into the Hydrocarbon Pollution Remediation Project (HYPREP), initiated by the Federal Government to clean up contaminated Ogoni land in Rivers State, the exercise is dogged in transparency issues. The Federal Government flagged off the remediation of contaminated sites in Ogoni Land in 2016. The government had through…
Federal Government commissions gully erosion control in Abia
President Muhammadu Buhari has commissioned the gully erosion control and road improvement works at Agbozu, Umueze, Amaba Uzuakoli, in Bende local Council of Abia State.
Environmentalists urge actions against climate change
To mitigate the negative impact of continuous hotness of weather on biodiversity survival, environmentalists have advocated planting of provenance trees, criminalization of indiscriminate tree felling as well as effective design of urban.
Lagos partners FBRA, others to rid Badagry of plastic pollution
To reinforce the Blue Box programme of Lagos State Government aimed at ensuring a cleaner environment, the State Waste Management Authority (LAWMA) has partnered the Food and Beverage Recycling Alliance (FBRA) and the Green Janitors Sustainability Initiative to rid Badagry and environs of plastic waste.
‘World leaders left COP 25 in Madrid with no plan for climate crisis’
Climate Action Network (CAN), a global network of over 1300 Non Governmental organisations (NGOs) in more than 120 countries has taken a comprehensive look at the just concluded United Nations climate
GEF council approves Nigeria’s mini-grid, land restoration projects
Nigeria is one of the beneficiaries of the two new work programmes endorsed by the GEF council in a meeting at the weekend. The Council also took a number of decisions concerned with updating GEF policies and operations