2021 Science, Peace Week: UN pushes for Climate-ready communities

As the 2021 International Week for Science and Peace begins, the UN has directed attention to the importance of science to society and daily living. The science week, starting on Nov. 11 falls,  highlights the important role of science in…

Official launch of African Energy Week 2021

The African continent must develop new technologies and strategies to ensure that it continues to develop its resources With the welcoming address by the Executive Chairman of the African Energy Chamber (ACS), NJ Ayuk, and additional opening remarks by the…

ustainable Innovation Forum seeks effective delivery of high level commitments by world leaders on Day 1.

Following a week of significant progress at the COP26 summit in Glasgow, the Sustainable Innovation Forum in the Climate Action Innovation Zone opened Monday with three days of discussion focused on how high-level commitments made by world leaders can be…

Speakers advocate for increased focus on OneHealth as conference ends

Various speakers and participants have called for an increased focus on OneHealth as a holistic way of addressing health issues in Africa; even as the GET conference on OneHealth and Bio-security ended on Friday, 29th October. OneHealth is defined as a…

CSO’s and Media played critical roles to educate lagosians on Covid19 – Akosa

Civil Society Organizations and the Media were instrumental in ensuring that disinformation and rumours that brought about vaccine hesitancy were dispelled to a very large extent in Lagos State. This assertion was made by Ms Titilope Akosa during her presentation…

GET Summit on OneHealth and BioSecurity seeks a OneHealth Paradigm shift for Africa

The 7th African Conference on OneHealth and BioSecurity, anchored by the Global Emerging Pathogens Treatment Consortium ‘GET’ was officially declared open by the Lagos State governor, Babatunde Sanwo-Olu on Wednesday in Lagos, Nigeria. The conference is coming amidst the global…

Group launches campaign for COP26: Climate Finance for Women in Africa

Activities to frontline issues concerning women access to climate finance has been given a huge boost as the Centre for 21st century Issues (C21st), a not-for-profit/non-governmental organization headquartered in Nigeria recently launched its advocacy campaign on Women for Climate Finance,…

WAPA reaffirms support to vulnerable women through Mega Empowerment

The Lagos State Government, through the Ministry of Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation (WAPA), on Wednesday said the government would continue to initiate programmes to support vulnerable women in the state. Mrs Bolaji Dada, the Lagos State Commissioner for Women…

28th World Gas Conference extends Call for Papers to January 2022

The WGC2022 National Organizing Committee has taken the decision to extend the Call for Papers deadline for the 28th World Gas Conference (WGC2022) from 27 September 2021 to 28 January 2022. In a statement released early today, the organizing committee disclosed…

Partnership opens Call for women-led climate solutions in Nigeria

The Centre for 21st century Issues (C21st) with support from BothEnds, Netherlands, have opened calls for project proposals on women-led climate solutions initiative across Nigeria; to mitigate climate related challenges. In a statement credited to the group; in a world…

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