NCF takes a walk for Vulture Conservation

The Nigeria Conservation Foundation (NCF) and South Sahara Social Development Organisation (SSDO) earlier today carried out a One-Day sensitisation and advocacy campaign in Enugu State of Nigeria for the preservation and conservation of Vultures. The walk, which is meant to commemorate…

UNGA 77: Cathay FHC Highlights Urgent Need for Restoring Biodiversity Through Nature-Based Solutions and Pro-Nature Investments

Cathay FHC Highlights Urgent Need for Restoring Biodiversity Through Nature-Based Solutions and Pro-Nature Investments During UNGA 77 and Climate Week NYC A wide range of scientific evidence has shown that the loss of nature can have far-reaching consequences. Damaged ecosystems,…

Diageo launches innovation fund to help mitigate climate change in smallholder farms in Africa

Diageo announces £450k of funding for three innovations intended to lessen and monitor the impact of water and climate crises on smallholder farms in Africa. Smallholder farmers are highly vulnerable to weather changes and water scarcity arising from climate change.…

Sokoto Go Green Project to gulp N20 million

The Founder, Shehu Maikoli Foundation, Alhaji Altine Kajiji, said the Go Green Project, in Sokoto state is expected to gulp about  N20 million.   Kajiji said this Friday in Alkammu District of Wurno local government area of Sokoto state, during the…

PACJA submits input into CBD Framework

The Chair of Technical and Political Committee of the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance was early Thursday invited to give a CSOs view on the a post-2020 biodiversity framework At a meeting in in Libreville, Gabon, Dr Augustine Ndjamnshi joined…

‘Jos wild life park in decline; conditions worsening,’ says Manager

The Jos Wildlife Park Manager, Mr. Sakburkya Mohammed, has decried the poor state of things at the conservation park. He spoke in an interview on Saturday in Jos. Mohammed cited poor welfare of animals due to poor feeding, lack of mates and encroachment…

Waste management: Environmentalists advocate promotion of circular economy

Environmentalists have called for the promotion of Circular Economy to ensure a sustainable waste management in order to reduce environmental risks and ecological scarcities. They made the call in Calabar on Friday at the sixth edition of the Africa Cleanup Conference with…

African nations meet on ‘critical’ nature conservation

Delegates from across Africa launched Monday in Rwanda the first continent-wide gathering about the role of protected areas in ensuring the future of our planet. The IUCN Africa Protected Areas Congress (APAC) is being held just a few months before…

Wildfires raging across Europe force thousands to flee……

By Rebecca Falconer Wildfires are spreading across Europe and forcing more people to flee as a deadly heat wave envelopes much of the continent that officials warn is being driven is being aggravated by climate change. The big picture: Firefighters are tackling blazes in searing heat…

Historic heat wave, wildfires hit Europe as temperatures climb in U.S.

By Andrew Freedman A deadly heat wave is enveloping France and the U.K. after tormenting Spain and Portugal, bringing the likelihood of a new all-time high temperature record in both countries. Climate change is a key factor involved in this ongoing disaster,…

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