Asiodu, others canvass sanctions for environmental pollution
The President, Board of Trustees, Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF), Chief Philip Asiodu, yesterday, asked government to prioritise sanctions as a means for controlling environmental pollution.
NCF appoints new council members
The Board of Trustees (BOT) of the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) has appointed Ayoola Onajide and Mrs. Onari Duke as members of the National Executive Council.
Ocean surge in Lagos and coastal areas
The general perception about sea level rise even in global context should not ne taken lightly as one of those natural occurrences or acts of God that would come and go casually.
Lagos, others may be submerged by 2050
The Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) yesterday said Lagos and other coastal cities globally that are less than one metre above sea level could be submerged by 2050 if the surge continues, according to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN). “The projection by scientists in the United Nations who are the authority in climate change effects,…
Communities benefit from N7m environmental grant
About 17 communities in Eti-Osa local government area of Lagos State have benefitted from a N7 million grant for promoting proper waste separation, management and disposal. The Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) carried out the project. NCF received Aspire Coronation Trust (ACT) grant to advocate for actions that promote proper waste separation, management and disposal in…
Conservation group wants protection for coastline communities
Determined to protect biodiversity from being wiped off in Lekki and other adjoining communities, frontline environmental group, the Nigerian Conservation Foundation...
Conservation group wants protection for Lagos coastline communities
Determined to protect biodiversity from being wiped off in Lekki and other adjoining communities, frontline environmental group, the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) has called on the federal government to urgently assist the Lagos State government in building more shorelines.
DG canvasses better allocations for national parks
Director General of the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF), Dr. Muhtari Aminu-Kano, has urged the Federal Government to raise the budgetary allocations for the seven national parks in the country. He lamented that the facilities were currently in a deplorable state due to poor funding. In an interview with The Guardian in Lagos, the DG decried…
Six schools emerge winners in environment day arts show
Six secondary and primary schools have emerged winners in the World Environment Day (WED) 2018, inter-school arts exhibition organized by the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF). The winners in the secondary school category are Mayors Height School, Epe Girls Senior Secondary School and Genesis High School as first, second and third positions respectively. While Refiners School,…
UNIC urges FG to ban production, importation of plastics
The United Nations Information Centre (UNIC), Lagos, has urged the Federal Government to ban the importation and production of some plastics in Nigeria.
Aminu-Kano returns to NCF as new DG
The former Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer, Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF), Dr. Muhtari Aminu-Kano has appointed as the Director-General/CEO replacing Adeniyi Karunwi. He resumed office few weeks ago. Dr. Aminu-Kano is an astute and experienced natural resources management expert with more than thirty-years cumulative experience in management, advocacy and research in the fields of protected area…