STAKEHOLDERS HAVE CANVASSED ON THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY TO TACKLE FLOODING

Stakeholders have canvassed on the use of technology in tackling flooding in Nigeria, through innovations such as flood mapping, web-based flood early warning systems as well as water purification technology. This was part of the consensus of stakeholders at an…

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…

Campus With A Conscience hosts week long SDG festival

Innovation, inspiration, dedication and entertainment were just some of the key factors that brought a city together in a united effort to drive interest and action toward the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In a wonderful display of…

Breakthrough Report states International ‘collaboration gap’ might derail climate progress

International ‘collaboration gap’ threatens to undermine climate progress and delay net zero New report sets out urgent priorities to rapidly make more clean technologies the most affordable options in key sectors. Against the backdrop of the energy crisis and the…

Biden-Harris Administration announces historic investment in 70 Climate-Smart Commodities

USDA to Triple Commitment with Initial $2.8 Billion Investment Piloting New Revenue Streams for America’s Climate-Smart Farmers, Ranchers and Forest Landowners, with Additional Projects to Come. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that the Biden-Harris Administration through the U.S. Department of…

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…

Over 75 Children Exposed to Conservation Knowledge at the 2022 NCF Summer Camp

Over 75 children, ages 7 to 17 have become conservation aware and eco-advocates after having been part of the NCF 2022 Summer camp. The children were engaged in various activities including: Gardening, Upcycling, Nature hike, Tie-dying, Storytelling, Coding, Green Cooking,…

NCF: Dr Joseph Onoja Resumes as New DG

In the spirit of restructuring and scaling up more years of excellence and impact, the Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) has appointed Dr Joseph Daniel Onoja as the new Director General of the Foundation effective August 21, 2022, following the announced…

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