Thursday, 28th September 2023


10 Jul
Industry experts, business leaders and key decision-makers in the energy and waste management sectors have advocated a new strategy to transition Nigeria to clean or renewable energy.
3 Jul
The International Water Management Institute (IWMI) has kick-started a study in Nigeria to identify key gaps affecting waste management and entrepreneurship development in the circular bioeconomy sector.
3 Jul
Conservationists have called for improved protection of the oceans and marine life.
3 Jul
In a bid to promote birds’ conservation in Nigeria, especially at coastal and riverine areas, the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) engaged students and community dwellers in a participatory conservation activity to commemorate the World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD).
19 Jun
Bonn conference delegates wrapped up the technical dialogue of the first Global Stocktake (GST) – laying the ground for more ambitious climate action required at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP28) at the end of the year, after two weeks of intense work that made progress on several critical issues.
12 Jun
The spirit of this Order is to ensure government Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) establish maintenance departments to make public buildings efficient and conducive workplaces, as well as encourage purchase of necessary equipment for their maintenance.
12 Jun
A professor of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Forensics, Igbinedion University Okada (IUO), Prof. Lawrence Ezemonye has advocated the use of technological innovations to manage plastic waste crises in the country.
12 Jun
The Borno State Government said that rising temperature and changing rainfall patterns have ravaged the entire Chad Basin, destroyed livelihoods, such as farming and fishing and stoked conflicts.
12 Jun
The Ibadan Urban Flood Management Project (IUFMP) is seeking collaboration with the University of Ibadan (UI) to transform its project into a centre of excellence.
12 Jun
Governments, businesses, groups and individuals are gearing up for the celebration of World Environment Day (WED) today, while finding solutions to the scourge of plastic pollution, which is a visible threat that impacts every community around the world.
12 Jun
The Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP) has called on governments at federal and state levels to engage town planners in the design of settlements patterns and contents to ensure a better living environment.
9 Jun
Recyclable plastics have emerged as a remarkable opportunity for wealth creation in Nigeria. The plastic collection and recycling value chain has evolved into a thriving industry, offering job opportunities to thousands of individuals. This rapidly growing green economy not only addresses plastic pollution but also provides meaningful employment for young people and those at the…


8 mins ago
Minister of Works, David Umahi, on Thursday, locked out staff of his ministry for resuming late to work.
17 mins ago
A Civil Society Organization under the aegis of Civil Society and Workers Dialogue Forum (CSWDF) has kicked against the planned strike by the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), scheduled to commence on Tuesday, October 3.
27 mins ago
North Korea has enshrined its status as a nuclear power in its constitution, with leader Kim Jong Un calling for more modern atomic weapons to counter the threat from the United States, state media reported Thursday.
43 mins ago
Thai anti-narcotics police seized over $8 million worth of drugs in one of the largest single hauls in the kingdom's history, officers said Thursday.
57 mins ago
US President Joe Biden will give a key speech in Arizona Thursday on protecting democratic institutions, in a fresh attack on Donald Trump as the rivals ramp up their 2024 election battle