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IPCC’s AR5: Another cause for stepping up climate actions

IPCC’s AR5: Another cause for stepping up climate actions

Activist, Surveyor Efik, who is the National Coordinator, Climate Change Network Nigeria (CCN-Nigeria) and Lead Facilitator of CAN/GCCA global advocacy on IPCC AR5 in Nigeria, explores the dynamics of the…

Climate: Reframe issues, seek solutions, govts urged

Governments at all levels have been asked to henceforth reframe climate change issues and seek new kinds of solutions to help affected communities and people deal with negative effects of…

Govt seeks UNIDO’s support on green industries

Nigeria has called on the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) to support her bid to create green industries that would in turn produce jobs for the teeming population. Receiving…

Nigeria not getting enough water, sanitation aid – Report

Just $1.26 has been received in water and sanitation aid for each person in Nigeria on average for the years 2010-2012, according to a startling new report titled: “Bridging the…

How OPIC has performed, by officials

By Dada Jackson  Chairman of the board of the Ogun State Property and Investment Corporation (OPIC), Adekunle Adeshina, has commended the management of the company for striving to take it…

Demand drives up cement price, developers groan

Demand drives up cement price, developers groan

By Dada Jackson – Senior Correspondent, Lagos The rising cost of cement nationwide in recent few weeks appears to have brought untold hardship to property developers and prospective home owners. Daily…

Ogun Homeowners’ Charter beneficiaries get C-of-Os

Ogun Homeowners’ Charter beneficiaries get C-of-Os

Governor Ibikunle Amosun of Ogun State has given out Certificates of Occupancy (C-of-Os) and other title documents to the first set of beneficiaries under the Homeowner’s Charter, an initiative of…

Revisit Land Act amendment, experts urge legislators

By Dada Jackson / Senior Correspondent Apparently irked by the long delay by members of the National Assembly (NASS) in passing the draft amendment bill of the Land Use Act sent…

WWF: Earth in deep trouble, says IPCC report

A UN climate impact report, released last week, gives the clearest and most comprehensive evidence yet that the earth we call home is in deep trouble. It reinforces the sobering…

Global Atlas of environmental conflicts launched in Brussels

THE ENVIRONMENTAL  Justice Organisations, Liabilities and Trade (EJOLT) project has launched the  HYPERLINK “http://ejatlas.org/” \t “_blank” Global Atlas of Environmental Justice, a visually attractive and interactive online mapping platform detailing around…

Revisit Land Act amendment, experts urge legislators

By Dada Jackson  -   Senior Correspondent Apparently irked by the long delay by members of the National Assembly (NASS) in passing the draft amendment bill of the Land Use Act…

‘Earth Hour’ campaign seeks unity for better planet

In its eighth year, WWF’s Earth Hour has mobilised hundreds of millions of people around different environmental priorities across the planet. And now in 2014, the movement further expands its…

Poorest urban children failed in disasters, says report

A new report has revealed that street and slum children are the most vulnerable to environmental hazards, climate change and natural disasters – with girls at particular risk. But aid…

Ogun Homeowners’ Charter beneficiaries get C-of-Os

Governor Ibikunle Amosun of Ogun State has given out Certificates of Occupancy (C-of-Os) and other title documents to the first set of beneficiaries under the Homeowner’s Charter, an initiative of…

Proposed Kobape estate land increased to 120 hectares

The Ogun State Government has increased the land space it intends to use for the proposed Kobape Housing Estate Scheme from 50 to 120 hectares. State Commissioner for Housing, Daniel…

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