Thursday, 05 August, 2021

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Category: Eco Lifestyle


Despite several policy initiatives by the German government to promote the use of Electric Vehicles (EVs) – including generous subsidies – a new poll shows that many residents are still not convinced to ditch combustion-engine automobiles. The Institute for Demoscopy Read more…


The authorities in Lagos, Nigeria, have been warned to enact proactive measures to avert building collapse across the state. This is moreso as the raining season goes into full swing. Yekeen Adeboye, President of the Society of Energy Administrators (SEA), Read more…


A new report showing the impact of plastic pollution on travel and tourism has been launched. Authored by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), it is titled: RETHINKING SINGLE USE PLASTIC PRODUCTS Read more…


Six environmental activists from six continents have been honoured with the Goldman Environmental Prize for their vigorous campaign to protect the global environment. The awardees include: Gloria Majiga-Kamoto (Malawi), Thai Van Nguyen (Vietnam), Maida Bilal (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Kimiko Hirata (Japan), Read more…


As the rest of the globe celebrated the 2021 World Environment Day, Churches across the City of Columbia in Missouri trooped out in their hundreds to share God’s love by serving the community, side by side. Working under the banner Read more…


Planting of trees is seen as a way of saving the environment. But planting indigenous trees means protecting the cultural heritage of the people. This was the case for the Lagos state government as Swiss firm Nestlé Nigeria Plc – Read more…


Southwest China’s Tibet Autonomous Region has continued to be one of the best places in the world in terms of environment, maintaining a stable environmental quality in 2020. According to a report, the water quality of major rivers and lakes Read more…


Despite several declarations by governments and businesses of the G-7 nations to promote energy transition to alternative sources, experts say the industrialized a nations still spend billions of dollars on fossil fuels. The report tagged: ‘Cleaning up their act? G7 Read more…


Starting from June, the World Wildlife Federation (WWF) is organizing 16 adventure tours throughout Germany. It means nature enthusiasts can take trips to alpine expeditions and summit ascents in the Bavarian mountains, canoe trips over the Old Rhine or for Read more…


……Political Parties also champion ban One out of four Germans now support a ban on short-haul flights. This represents twenty-four percent of respondents to a survey by the opinion research institute YouGov on behalf of the German Press Agency.  Around Read more…