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28 Dec 2018
In a bid to enforce environmental laws, the Federal Government has concluded arrangements to begin implementation of national generator emissions control programme from January 1, 2019.
19 Nov 2018
President Muhammadu Buhari has signed a new National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency, NESREA amended bill into law to tackle environmental crimes in the country.
20 Aug 2018
The National Environmental Standards Regulations and Enforcement Agency, (NESREA) is to establish three new offices in Abia, Ogun and Adamawa states as a measure for proper environmental monitoring. Director General of NESREA, Dr. Lawrence Anukam who stated this in Jalingo, explained that the decision would help to create awareness and help in addressing serious environmental…
14 Aug 2018
Scientists have advanced reasons for Federal Government’s failure to identify the source of Port Harcourt ‘black soot’ in order to end the environmental and health hazards it poses to the people of Rivers State.
4 Sep 2017
The agencies that would involve in the implementation include Nigeria Customs Service, the Nigeria Police, the Federal Road Safety Corps, the Vehicle Inspection Officers and National Union of Road Transport Workers that...
17 Mar 2017
That Lagos, the commercial capital of the most populous black nation in the world, Nigeria, is the fifth largest economy in Africa is undisputed; what may not be known to many is that Lagos...
28 Nov 2016
In the wake of an upsurge in militant attacks on key oil infrastructure in the creeks and swamps of the oil-producing south, Minister of Environment, Amina Mohammed has decried the devastating impacts of oil spills on
28 Oct 2016
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.
11 Oct 2016
The Director General of the National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency (NESREA), Dr. Lawrence Anukam, has explained why government is considering the health problems associated with chemicals.
9 Oct 2016
Stakeholders in environmental services, as well as, community leaders in Kano have accused the National Environmental Standards and Regulation Enforcement Agency (NESREA), of abetting the continuous industrial pollution in the state.

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