Asteven Energy Institute obtains approval to offer Diploma degree in Solar Energy Technology

To partner with Renewable Energy Associations in Nigeria First Innovation Enterprise Institute in Solar Energy Technology approved by NBTE To offer National Innovation Diploma degrees to Students The Asteven Energy Institute, a wholly owned indigenous subsidiary of the Asteven Energy…

Despite Glasgow Climate Pact, 2030 climate target updates have stalled…..Climate Action Tracker

Ahead of the climate talks in Bonn starting today, 6th June, the Climate Action Tracker in a published analysis has disclosed that no new actions have been undertaken by governments since the completion of the Glasgow climate conference of parties…

2022 Earth Overshoot Day falls on July 28

The Power of Possibility web platform launches today to highlight many proven solutions to build resource security and combat climate change. Over 50 years of global overshoot have led to a world where aggravated drought and food insecurity are compounded by unseasonably…

Lagos medical infrastructure blueprint remains on course

The Lagos State Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu and the Commissioner for Health, Prof Akin Abayomi have offered strategic insights into the ongoing efforts of the Lagos state government towards restructuring the state’s medical and healthcare infrastructure. This is part of…

‘Our Goal is to Sustain a Cleaner Lagos’, Ibrahim Odumboni, Lawma MD

The Managing Director of the Lagos State Waste Management Authority (LAWMA), Mr Ibrahim Odumboni has reiterated Lawma’s focus on proactively achieving and sustaining the goal for a cleaner Lagos. He stated this during an exclusive chat with Environment Africa Magazine…

9th world water forum kicks off with huge expectations

The 9th World Water Forum kicks off today under the main theme of “Water Security for Peace and Development”, with an opening ceremony at Dakar Arena. The success of the Forum, which is being organized for the first time in…

‘We must have water’, says Badmus.

Despite being surrounded by water, Lagos State still has a major challenge providing safe potable water. So much so that the populace have turned the drilling of boreholes into a norm for water access. But that norm is gradually becoming…

Future of Renewable Energy in Africa

Energy has been defined as the greatest enabler of industrial growth and socio-economic development and this realization has sunk, not just into the consciousness but also policies of African governments. With Africa adjudged the least developed continent in the world,…

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…

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…

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