Groups seek zero tariffs on renewable energy products
Following the dearth of funding from the Nigerian government and donor agencies for research into alternative energy sources, Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria ...
Senate urges use of clean energy in homes
The Senate has charged Nigerians on the use of clean energy for household cooking to protect the environment from the negative effects of global warming.
National waste management confab holds in Lagos
The maiden edition of the National Waste Management conference will hold at the Civic Centre, Victoria Island early next month.Organised by InterMarc Consulting, the conference reinforces the need for national policy....
Nigeria, others win global accolade for reducing disaster deaths
As part of events to mark this year’s International Day for Disaster Reduction, the United Nations has recognised Nigeria and four other outstanding examples of successful efforts to reduce disaster mortality.
Power for All campaign for renewable energy surpasses 100 partners
Power for All, a global campaign to radically accelerate the adoption of renewable, decentralized energy solutions and eradicate energy poverty, announced that it surpassed its pledge to recruit 100 civil society and private sector partners.
Government urges stakeholders to key into climate change projects
The Minister of Environment, Amina Mohammed has urged stakeholders to engage relevant bodies aimed at mainstreaming the global clime change issues into their development agenda both at federal and state levels.
UNDP trains Cross River women on forest conservation
“Training of 520 persons will focus mostly on women and girls. When they are through with the training, the association will provide them with the materials to construct the energy saving wood-stove in each of their kitchens”.
Moroccan presidency to host pre-COP 22 talks in Marrakech
The meeting will be chaired by COP22 President Salaheddine Mezouarand COP21 President Ségolène Royal, and include participation by UNFCCC Executive Secretary Patricia Espinosa as well as Ministers from 80 countries.