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The President, Board of Trustees of the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF), Chief Philip Asiodu, has urged stakeholders in the environmental sector to improve efforts at protecting the natural world
The five-day UN Ocean Conference ended last week with more than 150 countries, including Nigeria, collectively agreeing to scale up science-based and innovative actions
As countries work towards the elimination of lead and its components in paint production due to its adverse effect on the health of man and animals, Nigeria must be at the forefront
Stakeholders have intensified efforts at reclaiming the erosion site at Urunnebo, Enugwu-Ukwu Community in Njikoka council of Anambra state with planting of various trees.
As human-wildlife conflicts, poaching, illegal grazing and logging persists, most endangered species in Nigeria are left on the brink of extinction, says Nigerian Conservation Foundation
The Lagos State Government through the State Parks and Gardens Agency (LASPARK) has disclosed plans to commemorate this year’s Tree Planting Day with the simultaneous planting of trees
World Sustainability Organisation (WSO) has called for responsible fishing to protect endangered marine lives and an end to the consumption of sea turtles.
Ewah Eleri is the Executive Director, International Centre for Energy, Environment & Development (ICEED) and top member of the Nigerian Alliance for Clean Cookstoves (NACC), a public private partnership.
Global energy crisis demands urgency of accelerating investment in cheaper, cleaner sources in Africa
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Experts have expressed worries over the poor implementation process of the Great Green (GGW) project. They lamented that the project was conceived, documented without financial and articulated human resources to concretise...
A non-Governmental organisation, the Coalition for Biodiversity Conservationists of Nigeria (CBCN), has called for concerted efforts to save the world’s fast-depleting biodiversity.
A Bayelsa-born engineer and environmentalist, Robert Azibaola, has decried the high level of indiscriminate decimation of Bayelsa State’s rainforests and called for concerted efforts to educate the local populace. He made the call after a 14-day search into the state’s deep rainforest, which exposed a high degree of encroachment on nature. Azibaola stated that the…