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7 Nov
Conservationists are concerned about the large-scale commercial hunting of slower-breeding species like apes and monkeys, as well as other endangered species for consumption and trade.
7 Nov
The Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV) has expressed concern over the dilapidating state of public buildings and called for the implementation of Executive Order 11 across the country.
7 Nov
Stakeholders have charged housing corporations to reposition and engage in large-scale affordable housing delivery.
7 Nov
The Federal Government has urged members of the Town Planners Registration Council of Nigeria (TOPREC) not only to uphold the guidelines of the profession but also to tackle challenges faced in urban planning and development.
7 Nov
The Federal Government has begun a review of existing regulations in environmental governance and agencies in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
7 Nov
To tackle cases of theft associated with local waste pickers, stakeholders have called for their proper identification to separate them from miscreants.
7 Nov
NIGERIA Climate Innovation Centre (NCIC) with support from All On Hub, has announced winners of the 2022 edition of their annual ideation incubation program for early-stage renewable energy entrepreneurs.
7 Nov
The Edo State government has reclaimed a road in Uteh Community, Upper Mission Extension of the Benin metropolis, which was illegally appropriated by the proprietor of Divine Providence School for a building project.
7 Nov
An environmental group, Sustainable Research and Action for Environmental Development (SRADeV) has decried the usage of High Hazardous Pesticides (HHPs) and urged the government and regulatory bodies to review
7 Nov
A Lagos-based real estate developer, Messrs Convvy Estates has urged Nigerians in the diaspora to take advantage of various real estate investments in the country.
7 Nov
Following persisting unfavourable policies and liquidity crisis affecting the economy, the heat on the nation’s real estate is intensifying, especially on the residential market.
7 Nov
A past president of the Nigerian Institution of Surveyors (NIS), Dr. Bosun Ayinde, has called for the review of the agenda of the body to ensure benefit to the profession and practitioners.

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