Nigeria, 41 others to conserve 30 million hectares of bamboo
Following the fact that bamboo is a sustainable replacement for higher carbon emissions materials and serves as an excellent carbon sink, Nigeria and 41 other countries ...
Nations set guidelines for Paris climate deal
Delegates at the 22nd session of the Conference of Parties (COP22) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Marrakech, Morocco ...
COP 22: Nigeria to champion Lake Chad basin revival
Nigeria has announced plans to pursue the reviving Lake Chad Project in collaboration with African Union Commission at the on-going United Nations climate change conference.
Genetically Modified Foods: Concerns over safety, Health
It is known that Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) deployment in Nigeria began at the twilight of the last administration when the National Assembly passed ...
Groups kick as Cross River submits fresh EIA on super highway project
After the controversy trailing the proposed construction of the 260-kilometre super highway project by the Cross River State Government, the Ben Ayade led administration has revised its Environmental Impact Assessment...
Experts to address issues with solid waste management in Nigeria
Come November 1 and 2, at the Civic Centre in Lagos, experts in the field of solid waste management will gather to address issues confronting the sector.
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.
CBN disburses N366.39b for 465 agricultural projects
His words: “This renewed emphasis on the cultivation of and processing of Jatropha is, therefore, an investment opportunity that can address the current economic challenges as well as harmonised framework for biofuel production.”