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13 Jun 2016
To nib in the bud cases of disasters in the country, the United Nation Development Programme (UNDP) has asked the Federal Government to enhance the operations ...
11 Jun 2016
The drive to keep Lagos flood free has received a boost with the partnership the State authority has recently formed with the firm of Globe-tech Limited for the use of its high ...
6 Jun 2016
In line with the United Nation Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Nigeria has announced plans to commence national preparation towards signing and ratification of the Paris Agreement in September.
6 Jun 2016
Yesterday, people from across the globe celebrated the World Environment Day (WED) by taking part in environmental action and becoming agents of change for positive impacts on the planet.
6 Jun 2016
A campaign group - Power for All has released a new framework for achieving universal energy access before 2030, which outlines specific actions Multilateral Development Banks...
6 Jun 2016
With the changing and uncertain climate, especially shrinking farming workforce and conflicts in the northern agro-ecological zones, Global Environment Facility...
6 Jun 2016
Amid the controversy trialing the super highway project, the Federal Government, National and International conservation agencies have rejected the draft Environmental Impact Assessment...
6 Jun 2016
In a move to reduce risks to human health and to the environment, the Minister of Science and Technology, Dr. Ogbonnaya Onu has called for a collaboration effort among various agencies in its ministry...
30 May 2016
“What we have seen in the last five days is the same political will and passion for change that brought about the groundbreaking international agreements of 2015.
30 May 2016
The European Union and Oxfam Great Britain have entered into partnership with two states in the Northern Nigeria to fight desertification, poverty and other related issues in the states.
30 May 2016
“Countries with different levels of development and from different regions and often differing views on many issues, found a common vision in Paris.
30 May 2016
In Delta State, for example, there are no prescribed processes and procedures because the urban and regional planning law is being ignored and not implemented.

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has finally arrested former Imo State governor and All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential aspirant, Rochas Okorocha. Okorocha was arrested Tuesday evening at his Maitama home in Abuja by the anti-graft agency and men of the Nigerian Police force. Though the security operatives met stiff resistance from the supporters…
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The Federal Government has activated a passport tracking system that allows applicants to monitor and know the status of their application online.
36 mins ago
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DAKAR, SenegaI, 24 May 2022-/African Media Agency (AMA)/- Advocacy group Niyel is excited to launch a Call for Proposals (CFP) into cross-country collaboration initiatives on behalf of the Africa Data Governance Opportunity Fund. The Fund will consider providing grants for up to five projects ranging from USD50 000 to USD250 000 over an implementation period of…
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The Governing Council of the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) on Tuesday, inaugurated the institution’s first female Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Adenike Oladiji.