Urban trees

The Chainsaw: My Hatred for Noise and the Falling Trees

An early morning of a wet Saturday it was I have been awake for the best part of two hours. Still heavily involved in...
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International Development Lacks Diversity – And it’s Holding us Back

There’s an ongoing problem in traditional development and aid. We’ve set up significant barriers to enter this industry, from requiring post-graduate degrees to prioritizing...
research and development

FG Encourages the Commercialization of Research Findings

Weak intellectual property culture among Nigerian scientist and researchers, low quality of research and development results and inventions emanating from universities and research institutes,...
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Nigeria Set to Achieve SDGs Goal 6 in the Water Sector

The Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Water Resources, Dr. Ibrahim W. Musa has inaugurated the members of National Coordination Implementation Core Team on SDGs...
A population of people

Population: Advocating for an Effective Family Planning Policy in Nigeria

World population is growing, and it is growing very fast. Now at around 7.6 billion, it is expected to reach 8.5 billion by 2030...
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How Technology is Enabling Sustainable Living  — From Farms to Cities

Understanding how technology is being used to make the world a more sustainable place, can help increase awareness and interest in such technologies around...
Cooperative

World Cooperative Day: The Role of Cooperatives in Achieving Sustainable Societies

All over the world, poverty and income inequality are rising. They are major developmental challenges facing us today. However, there are ways of dealing...
Herdsmen farmer conflict in Northern Nigeria

Nigeria Herdsmen, Farmers Conflict Highlights Squeeze on Arable Land

The violent conflicts between farmers and herdsmen in Nigeria that left dozens of people dead over the weekend illustrate the intensifying pressure and competition...
Africa's education shortfalls

Hold states accountable for Africa’s education shortfalls, says UNESCO

Governments must be held accountable for African countries' slow progress on global education goals since underperforming schools and teachers are usually victims of a...
climate change in africa

Are Climate Change Pressures Driving More Mental Illness in Africa?

(Article originally appeared on The Thomson Reuters Foundation News by Maina Waruru) It’s long been clear that climate change is altering patterns of disease outbreaks...