The UN, the OECD, the World Bank and the World Wide Fund For Nature at the first BforPlanet

BARCELONA, Spain, July 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The first BforPlanet, the event focused on promoting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the private sector, will feature some of the leading international institutions in the fields of sustainability and development. Among those…

Registration Opens for Latin America and Caribbean Climate Week 2021 (11 – 14 May)

— Registration is open for the next sessions of Latin America and Caribbean Climate Week 2021, which will take place from 11 to 14 May 2021 in virtual form hosted by the Government of the Dominican Republic. Regional leaders from public and private sectors have confirmed their participation, including…

MOWCA seeks to provide effective maritime leadership for regional development

* To provide effective management to increase trade and combat regional maritime challenges * Nigeria’s Adalikwu in pole position to win election as Secretary General By Samuel Nwosu and Hope Attari Monday These are not the best of times for…

Muhammad Sanusi II SDG Challenge Spurs Education Reform Across Africa

A become a beacon of hope to raise future leaders in Africa Provides mentorship support to scale up education initiatives for underserved communities in Africa With inclusive, equitable quality education and gender equity as key areas, focusing on SDG’s 4…

Lagos State Doubles down on Covid19 vaccination exercise.

By Sam Ifeanyi Nwosu …Seeks to ensure total coverage in its strategic first phase. …Residents Troop Out to Take Covid19 Vaccine….But not all are prepared! Mrs. Adepoju Idowu, who is a health official working at a primary healthcare center at…

Summit proffers strategies to overcome Covid-19 Hesitancy in Nigeria

* It is important to ensure herd immunity as the Covid-19 virus mutates * Government at all levels must be proactive enough to answer citizens concerns to engender trust The Lagos state government was applauded by participants for being proactive…

Criminal Gangs Are Cashing In On Humanity’s Plastic Crap

Gangsters aren’t in it for the environment. They’re in it for the money.   Imagine for a moment the world of organized crime in Southeast Asia, and you may picture meth labs, human-trafficking rings, or the billion-dollar trade in endangered…

Fast-Track Energy Transitions to Win the Race to Zero

Press Release: World Energy Transitions Outlook outlines global strategies towards carbon-neutrality and leads way to a climate-safe 1.5°C pathway by 2050 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 16 March 2021 – Proven technologies for a net-zero energy system already largely exist today, finds…

International Aluminium Institute releases global aluminium industry 2050 climate pathways

The International Aluminium Institute (IAI) has published the most comprehensive greenhouse gas emissions reductions pathways available to the aluminium sector over the next three decades. The pathways are based on the IAI’s unrivalled data and leading analysis of the global…

Fish Farmers in Cameroon record increased Income upon Adoption of Technologies

Djam Wilfred Chiatoh, is a fish farmer from the central region of Cameroon. He is also an animal production specialist but after 12 years of poultry, pig and rabbit farming, coupled with a loss of over 2,000 pigs to African…

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