Lagos Hosts Landmark CLEAN-Air Forum 2024 to Combat Air Pollution in Africa

Air quality stakeholders in Africa are scheduled to convene in Lagos, Nigeria for a five-day CLEAN-Air Forum to discuss the pressing issue of air pollution in the continent. The Forum is expected to attract over 300 participants from over 40…

Industrial Wastewater Identified as Primary Cause of Pollution in Lagos State, reveals NIEE Lagos

…….Unchecked Free zone operations amongst causes of industrial pollution. …….Regulatory challenges hinder pollution control efforts   Environmental engineers in Lagos have raised concerns about the significant impact of industrial wastewater on pollution levels in the state. They attribute the ongoing…

Lagos Water Corporation Takes Swift Measures Amidst Cholera Outbreak

LWC ISSUES EMERGENCY ALERT: Ensures Provision of Quality Water and Institutes Measures Against Cholera Outbreak CALL TOLL LINES: 0704 597 3012, 0704 597 3013, 0703 320 7647   Following the recent cholera outbreak in some parts of Lagos State, particularly,…

NLNG Train 7 Reaches 67 Percent Overall Progress

..…reiterates commitment to delivering benefits of Train 7 to Nigerians   Nigeria LNG Limited (NLNG) has reaffirmed its commitment to delivering economic benefits through the Train 7 project on Bonny Island. Speaking at a reconvened session of the Senate and…

AGIS 2024: Create an enabling environment for gas technology development in Africa – NAEC tells FG, Stakeholders

The Chairman, Association of Energy Correspondents of Nigeria (NAEC) Ugo Amadi, has called on the Federal Government and relevant stakeholders in the energy sector to create an enabling environment for Gas development and innovation of Gas technologies in Africa. Amadi…

Id el Kabir: LAWMA Advocates Proper Waste Management

The Lagos Waste Management Authority (LAWMA) has urged residents to properly bag and dispose of their waste, especially animal waste, during and after this year’s Id el Kabir celebrations. Managing Director/CEO of the agency, Dr. Muyiwa Gbadegesin, has noted that…

HOMEF’s Ecology School Interrogates New and Emerging Technologies in Africa

Currently, the world is struggling to address two major crises – food insecurity and climate change. To this end, various technological solutions have been proposed/implemented. Some of these technologies are being deployed in Africa without adequate regulatory procedures or risk…

FG, CROSS-RIVER Deepen Cooperation To Address Illegal Mining

The Federal Government and Cross-River State are enhancing their collaboration to sanitise the mining sector and address the issue of illegal mining operations in the state. Speaking while receiving Cross-River State Governor, Sen. Bassey Otu, in his office, Hon. Minister…

Global Energy Show: Ekpo woos Canadian businesses, investors to Nigeria’s gas sector

Minister of State Petroleum Resources (Gas), Rt. Hon. Ekperikpe Ekpo yesterday said the path to a sustainable energy future requires partnership, innovation, and a shared commitment to addressing global energy challenges. He stated this at a welcome reception hosted by…

June Climate Meetings Take Modest Steps Forward; Steep Mountain Still to Climb Ahead of COP29

The Bonn Climate Change Conference concluded today after two weeks of intensive work across a range of issues where progress is needed on the path to the UN Climate Change Conference (COP29) this November in Baku, Azerbaijan. “We’ve taken modest…

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