FG reiterates commitment to climate change
The Federal Government has reiterated its resolve to play a significant role globally in the tackling of climate change.
How the climate crisis can trigger the sixth extinction, by Naza Alakija
Climate Change activist, Nazanin Alakija has said that the worlds’ ecosystem is currently experiencing its harshest ecological disruption we have ever witnessed.
US to have COP25 presence, despite Trump's Paris withdrawal
The United States will send a delegation to the 25th COP conference on climate change in Madrid, which begins on Monday, only weeks after America began its withdrawal from the Paris accord.
‘SDGs addressing challenges posed by climate change’
Vice Chancellor of Igbinedion University, Okada (IUO), Prof. Lawrence Ezemonye, yesterday urged new thinking and policy reengineering in Nigeria’s quest to address climate change.
How SAGE Innovation Centre is tackling climate crisis - Nazanin Alakija
SAGE innovation centre is a non-profit organisation that aims to empower young individuals in establishing new technology and bold solutions in tackling the adverse issues...
Agric ministers seek ways to adapt to climate change
Ministers of agriculture from 30 African countries, including Nigeria have renewed efforts towards tackling the issue of adapting African agriculture to climate change.
Vineville pupils proffer solution to climate change issues
As stakeholders and people of the world continue to debate the change in climate, its consequences on the inhabitants of the earth and the way forward, some children have also been...
Women can play critical role in combating climate change – Ikeazor
Mrs Sharon Ikeazor, the Minister of State for Environment, says women have a critical role to play in combating climate change.
Scientists call for population control as they declare worldwide climate emergency, claim failure to act will lead to untold human suffering
Thousands of the world’s greatest scientists have joined together to declare that ‘untold human suffering’ is unavoidable without deep and lasting shifts in human activities.