Nigerian Conservation Foundation
Environmental experts back study linking air pollution to coronavirus vulnerability
Environmentalists have thrown their weight behind cutting edge study indicating some degrees of link between long time air pollution exposure, the vulnerability to covid-19 and death due to the pandemic.
NCF leads birds’ census in Hadejia-Nguru wetlands
The Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) has led conservationists to conduct Winter Bird Census at the Hadejia-Nguru Wetlands (HNW) located in Jigawa and Yobe States.
Environmentalists urge private sectors’ involvement in conservation
To mitigate further loss of the ecosystem, the Director-General of Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF), Dr. Muhtari Aminu-Kano, has called on the private sectors...
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.
Sea-level rise and fear for Lagos
The growing apprehension about a possible sea level rise and how it could affect Lagos and other coastal cities in Nigeria is fast becoming a climate-change reality and its disastrous effects...
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 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.
Experts set agenda for Buhari government on environment
Civil society groups and experts have examined the Buhari administration’s four years’ of environmental stewardship, saying that much needs to be done in the protection of the natural resources through conservation and sustainable practices. They believe that the Federal Government scored major point in the United Nations Environment Programme report and clean up of the…
Plastic waste threatens birds globally
Conservationists worldwide are calling for urgent action to stop plastic pollution by highlighting its negative effects on seabirds and other migratory birds. A new research has revealed that plastic pollution poses serious health risks to wildlife globally, affecting a wide range of species including whales, turtles, fish and birds. The research was releaed on…