Stakeholders have raised the alarm over the rising menace of plastic and waste as well as human activities that pollute the country’s waterways.
Experts in the environment sector have expressed dismay over the ways used batteries are dumped in locations where their chemicals may cause harmful effects to the environment
Lugbe town sits on the south west of the city centre. The area is one of the slightly affordable districts in Abuja for middle and low-income earners.
Anambra State Government has disclosed that it spent N1.58b on waste disposal from January to October in an attempt to keep the state’s environment clean.
30 Oct 2021
Enugu State Government says it will no longer hold statewide environmental sanitation on Saturday due to ongoing South-East Regional
21 Sep 2021
Experts in the accounting field have called on professionals to deploy their expertise in the fight against corruption and waste in the country.
23 Mar 2021
Plans are underway by DoGood.Africa in partnership with HB Imagino to empower 300 waste pickers and sorters in impoverished communities.
24 Sep 2020
Experts has said for Nigeria to benefit from the two billion global wastes, the government must ensure rapid investment in clean and renewable energy, saying the country must begin to think circularly to regain waste as a resource. These thoughts were expressed during the last of four sustainability webinar series by Lafarge Africa, which focused…
9 Apr 2020
In a bid to curb waste environmental issues, Nigeria Tulip International College, Lagos recently organised a science and art fair to provide practical solutions to some of these environmental problems.
22 Feb 2020
The Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH), says there is no vaccine available yet against Lassa fever in the country. Sen. Olorunnimbe Mamora, Minister of State, FMOH
3 Feb 2020
Faced with the dangers of hazardous chemicals, representatives of about 11 African countries have canvassed for improve capacity and interface between science
10 Jan 2020
With the Christmas and New Year festivities over, things are gradually returning to the status quo in Lagos State, especially traffic and heaps of refuse