Plastic waste in Nigeria has been on the increase due to the increasing consumption of plastics by citizens across the country. It disclosed this through the UN Industrial Development Organisation, stressing that the consumption of plastics in Nigeria moved higher up by 116.26 per cent within a period of 15 years to 1.25 million tonnes. […]Read More
The Federal Government says it has trained more than 10,000 refrigeration technicians and provided Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS) and refrigerants’ identifiers in the refrigeration servicing sector to ensure effective ozone friendly. The Minister of Environment, Mr Mohammed Abdullahi, made this known at the commemoration of World Ozone Day, (WOD), in Abuja. Abdullahi said that the […]Read More
The Lagos State Government, yesterday, warned that due to prevailing environmental issues, danger looms in coastal areas of Apapa, Ojo, Ikorodu, Ibeju Lekki and Badagry local government areas of the state if human attitude to the environment is not appropriately checked. Permanent Secretary, Office of Environmental Services, State Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources, […]Read More
President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the re-appointment of Dr. Ibrahim Goni for another five years term as the Conservator-General of the National Park Service. A brief statement from the Ministry of Environment, the supervising arm of the National Park Service as made available to the press as it that the reappointment took effect from May […]Read More
Following the flash flood alert issued by the Nigeria Metrological Services (NIMET), the Lagos State Government has assured residents of the state that irrespective of the advisory, adequate measures are in place to contain any eventuality. Addressing journalists at Alausa on the state of preparedness for heavy rainfalls, which will resume in September on the […]Read More
Lagos State Government, through the state Waste Management Authority, LAWMA, has reopened the popular Ladipo auto spare parts market in Mushin area of the state. Recall that the market was shut last month after several warnings and notices for sundry environmental infractions, including improper waste disposal and several unhygienic practices. The market was subsequently reopened […]Read More
Minister of Environment, Mohammed Abubakar, said the Council ratified an anticipatory approval received from President Muhammadu Buhari on the nation’s Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC), which is part of its commitment to the climate change pact. According to him, the contribution, which saw Nigeria agreeing to cut greenhouse gas emission by 20% as at last year […]Read More
The Lagos State Government has approved 24 Magistrate Courts to prosecute environmental defaulters. President, Association of Waste Managers of Nigeria (AWAMN), David Oriyomi, disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), on Thursday in Lagos. Mr. Oriyomi told NAN that the Chief Judge of Lagos State, Kazeem Alogba, gave the approval in a letter sent to […]Read More
Business owners in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja have decried move by the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), to impose levy on companies for using generators to power their businesses. Some officials of AMAC believed to have been contracted by the FCTA, have been seen in some parts of the city distributing payment notices to […]Read More
The Lagos State Government has shut down the nation’s largest auto spare part market, Ladipo Market, in Mushin Local Government Area of the state indefinitely. The government accused the traders of contravening repeated environmental warnings against indiscriminate dumping of junk auto parts Findings revealed that the order from government was carried out by the Lagos […]Read More
The floods that were recorded in many parts of Lagos on Friday may be far less than what residents of the commercial city will experience in September, the Nigeria Hydrological Services Agency warned on Sunday. The agency also stated that no new holding dam had been constructed across the River Niger in Nigeria and the […]Read More
As part of the 2021 World Environment Day activities in Nigeria, Sterling One Foundation mobilised 125 volunteers to clean and restore Eleko Beach to its pristine natural state. The cleanup exercise drew volunteers from Rite Foods, Sterling Bank, Nigerian Donors, Proshare, Bonnie Bio Biodegradable, and African Cleanup Initiative.The programme at Eleko Beach will last 52 […]Read More
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