Progressive Governors say fuel subsidy not sustainable

The Progressive Governors Forum (PGF) have said that the fuel subsidy regime was not a sustainable system to the nation’s economy.

Here’s why businesses need to embrace sustainability!

By Timi Olubiyi IF living and business operations continue as usual in Africa, particularly in Nigeria, the available resources will be overstretched, which may pose enormous economic, environmental, and social challenges. The continent’s biggest environmental challenges are water pollution, air pollution, and deficits of all types, directly impacting the populace’s health and living. For instance, a […]

Nigerian scholar, Adenle emerges only African with Sustainability 2022 Carbon Neutrality Award

A Nigerian university lecturer, Professor Ademola Adenle, has emerged as the only African among the winners of the Sustainability 2022 Carbon Neutrality Award by the Sustainability Publishing House Office, Basel, Switzerland.

UNILAG pioneers environmental sustainability innovation

“Though it has become a menace, plastic is what our society will still require at every point of social and economic development. Taking our campus for example, given its location beside the Lagos Lagoon, socio-economic activities herein have major impacts on the coastal environment.”
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91st TCP: NCC, industry players identify causes of data depletion

91st TCP: NCC, industry players identify causes of data depletion

Bridging the gap between energy and sustainability

By NZAN OGBE  OVER the past three decades, there have been rising concerns about the environmental impact of climate change, as well as the economic implications of burning carbon-based fuels. These concerns have inspired innovation in the field of renewable energy for mass consumption. The Climate Change 2022: Impacts, Adaptation, and Vulnerability report released by […]