Pollution

Environmental Devastation from New York Times

Unseen Casualties: The Environmental Devastation of War and Armed Conflicts

By David Arome    War brings loss to all, both people and nature. Nature suffers silently, and the environmental impacts of war and armed conflicts are often overlooked. We believe that the destruction of nature and habitat deserves more attention because the consequences extend beyond conflict and seep into fragile peacetime. For the United Nations […]

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Environmental Defenders

Environmental Defenders in Nigeria Call for Urgent Protection

  By Ify Onyekwere Environmental workers face alarming levels of violence and intimidation, particularly in Nigeria, where their crucial work protecting natural resources and the planet often puts them in grave danger. Most attacks on these defenders remain hidden from the public eye as many fear reporting such incidents due to threats against their lives,

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Green Waves: Lagos Sets Sail Towards a Plastic-Free Horizon with Bold Ban

By Ify Onyekwere Plastic pollution, a global menace affecting ecosystems, climate change, and biodiversity, has prompted countries worldwide to take unprecedented measures. In the heart of this battle, Lagos State recently implemented a ban on single-use plastic and Styrofoam packs. The Nigerian Youth Biodiversity Network (NYBN) and the Sustainable Environment Food and Agriculture Initiative (SEFAAI)

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