NESREA to implement national vehicular emission scheme
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...
Supporting climate finance, a step at securing the future today
The rains could no longer be predicted, the simple agrarian African setting is groaning. It seems a curse has hit the land, as all seem to be at extreme measures.
Group urges sectoral collaboration on industrial waste recycling
The Food and Beverage Recycling Alliance (FBRA) has called on various stakeholders to rise to the challenge of setting up sector specific platforms to drive the recovery and recycling of waste items in their respective packaging streams.
Nigerian vultures face extinction
The stakeholders, collectively, blamed government for poor legislation on the conservation of wildlife, noting that there is failure in the effective implementation of extant laws to protect them.
Experts urge campaign to protect nation’s biodiversity
The Founder, the Friends of the Environment (FOTE), Mrs. Joanna Maduka harps on the need to adopt renewable energy to avert the crimes of deforestation, which she said is leading the society to social and ecological problems.
Inside the toxic graveyard of Lagos
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...
Wildlife hunting attracts 10 years imprisonment, says NCF
The Nigerian Conservation Federation (NCF) has warned that anyone found guilty of exploitation and commercial hunting of wild animals risked 10-year imprisonment with an option of N1million fine or both.
Don wants FG to establish environmental corps marshal
Alarmed by the high rate of environmental pollution and natural resources depletion in Nigeria, a university don has called for the establishment of special corps marshal ...
Minister laments oil spill incidents in Niger Delta
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