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4 Nov 2019
Amid the health hazards associated with its maintenance, the federal government has teamed up with European Union, German Cooperation to develop national policy and guidelines for environmentally sound management of used batteries in the country.
17 Sep 2019
Stakeholders in the environment sector have made an appeal to the federal government to develop models that would focus on issues of desertification, deforestation, erosion, and climate change in the country.  
10 May 2019
The House of Representatives yesterday alleged that the sum of $995.71 million was yet to be remitted to the treasury single account (TSA) by deposit money banks (DMBs) in defiance of the Federal Government’s directive.
26 Nov 2018
Two new studies on the Nigerian domestic financial sector reform for on-grid renewable energy investment and the development of an Measurement, Reportable and Verifiable (MRV) framework for the power sector have been endorsed by stakeholders in the environment sector. The stakeholders met at a two-day validation workshop in Port Harcourt, Rivers State organized by United…
7 Nov 2018
The Senate Committee on Environment has deplored low budgetary allocation to the Federal Ministry of Environment and some of its agencies. Chairman of the committee, Oluremi Tinubu, stated this when she led members of the committee on a courtesy visit to Oyo State Governor, Senator Abiola Ajimobi, yesterday in Ibadan, as part of the committee’s…

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