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.
World Bank honours Nigerian lawyer over support for environment
The World Bank has issued a certificate of appreciation to a Nigerian lawyer, Olaseni Oyefeso, for his contribution to “Enabling the Business of Agriculture 2017 World Bank project.
Bayelsa State government seeks federal assistance over erosion threats
Following incessant coastal erosion impacts in some communities in Bayelsa State, the government, has made a passionate appeal to the Federal Ministry of Environment, agencies and other well-meaning organisations to join efforts at combating the menace.
UNDP to partner National Assembly on constituency projects
To ensure sustainable development, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has pledged to support environmental initiatives in constituent projects that would enhance people’s livelihoods.
Helsinki sets pace for sustainable development with Kalasatama city
A major stride towards stepping up world’s low carbon urban solutions has been recorded in Nordic countries, especially Helsinki in Finland, with property developers charting a new course for smart and sustainable city development.
UNDP-GEF gets committee on Nigeria’s small grant scheme
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has inaugurated a new National Steering Committee (NSC) to administer Global Environmental Facility (GEF) Small Grants Programme (SGP) in Nigera.
‘Effective waste management crucial for sustainable development’
Nigeria’s quest to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030 could be a mirage, if the country remains reluctant to implement strategies, practices and processes ...