Debutants, Nigeria file out against world power, Australia today
Nigeria will play its first ever Cricket World Cup match today when they meet one of the biggest teams in the world, Australia at the Diamond Oval in Kimberley, South Africa at the on-going U-19 World Cup.
Lagos moves to tackle Olusosun dumpsite’s environmental challenges
Piqued by environmental and health hazards, which Olusosun dumpsite has posed to residents and businesses, the Lagos State Government has declared plans
Environmentalists seek protection for coastal communities
To avert the effects of ocean surge, the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) and other stakeholders have advanced the need to protect the coastal communities of Lagos through the planting of economic trees.
Conservationists seek end to killing of migratory birds
The Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) has urged Nigerians and communities where migratory birds are found to stop indiscriminate habitat destruction.
Asiodu, others seek enforcement of single-use plastics ban
The President, Board of Trustees, Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF), Chief Philip Asiodu has urged the federal government to enforce the 2013 international ban on single-use plastics, which Nigeria subscribed to, as means of mitigating the nuisance of plastic waste pollution in the country.
Cricket federation slates maiden FCT Secondary Schools Competition for January
The Nigeria Cricket Federation (NCF) will organise its maiden FCT Secondary Schools (Softball) Competition in January.
Group canvasses environmental education in Lagos’ schools
The Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) has tasked school administrators to explore best practices in educating pupils about environmental issues. The call was made at its yearly training for about 50 secondary school teachers in Lagos State.
NCF picks 10, one on standby for women’s tour of Rwanda
The Nigeria Cricket Federation (NCF) has chosen 10 players and placed one on standby for the women national team’s tour of Rwanda from September 22 to 30, 2019.
NCF begins waste management advocacy
To reduce the threats and health risks posed by the dirty environment, the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) has carried out advocacy campaigns which centred on hygienic living in communities located in Ogun state.
Concern mounts over increasing impact of population on environment
Following fears of terrible impacts of population growth on environmental resources, the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) and the Lagos state government have called for urgent actions that would help strike a balance between the two for human survival.