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THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE IN GENDER DIFFERENCE

Climate change is, in this time one of the primitive challenges that has aggravated as a result of the external influence from outside earth system and also the force of influence from earth itself. Human activities such as the drastic increase in trees removal, burning of fossil fuels, the emission of greenhouse gas and many more has expedited climate change; […]

Improving Desertified Lands

Drought has been defined as a natural phenomenon in which rain and water levels have been significantly lower than normally recorded, having substantial eΛect on the land’s agriculture and ecosystem (UNCCD). Or simply put as the scarcity of water resources leading to climatic, hydrological, agronomical and geological impacts on a region. Desertification which is also closely related to droughts means […]

PLASTIC POLLUTION AS ONE OF THE BIGGEST THREAT TO THE ENVIRONMENT.

In 1950, the world produced more than 2 million tons of plastic per year. By 2015, this annual production swelled to 419 million tons and exacerbating plastic waste in the environment. A report by science journal, Nature, determined that currently, roughly 11 million tons of plastic make its way into the oceans every year, harming wildlife habitats and the animals […]

REPORT OF THE NIGERIA YOUTH POST COP 26 CONFERENCE

HELD ON THE 22ND OF JANUARY, 2022 AT THE SAAT CONFERENCE ROOM, FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY AKURE, ONDO STATE, NIGERIA. THEME: The outcome of COP 26 and where do we go from here? DURATION: 9:30am – 1:00pm KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Prof. Ahmed Balogun – Department of metrology and climate science FUTA; Topic: Unleashing youth energy and creativity to combat climate change […]

NESREA rescues the sea cow held captive in Lagos.

Source: Punch News. National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency on Saturday rescued a female sea cow also known as manatee, an endangered aquatic mammal held hostage at Epe Lagos. NESREA, an environmental agency of the Federal Government of Nigeria, in a sting operation alongside researchers from the Nigerian Institute for Oceanography and Marine Research, and WildAid rescued the endangered […]