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Awango by Total, Access to Energy for Everyone

by Lola, April 28, 2017

Many households in Africa, Asia and Latin America lack reliable access to power, making it tough for them to light their homes. Total offers safe, affordable solar solutions. Even people living in very isolated villages can get hold of their solar lamps and kits, thanks to dedicated retail networks. These … Continue reading

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Mineral Resources and the Environment

by Lola, April 21, 2017

We often take little things for granted; this is also true for minerals. From clay minerals used to produce ceramic plates, to selenium, used in photocopiers, glass, shampoos, and steels. There is little in our daily life that does not involve the use of minerals in some way. Minerals are … Continue reading

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Environmental Benefit of Composting

by Lola, April 18, 2017

Composting is a form of waste disposal where organic waste decomposes naturally under oxygen-rich conditions. As we already know, manure is a low-cost fertilizer. It is a fantastic way to utilize nutrients instead of creating tons of rubbish that could be harmful to the environment. Also, manure is rich in … Continue reading

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Incredible Solar and Water Powered Trash Cleaner

by Lola, April 13, 2017

This incredible solar and water powered trash cleaner is the rising star of Baltimore’s Inner Harbour, known to locals as Mr. Trash Wheel. It is a garbage gobbler that clears debris before it enters the river. Built with $720,000 in public and private funds, the voracious device once filled 12 … Continue reading

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Eating Fruits and Vegetables Can Save the Environment

by Lola, April 12, 2017

As a nation, we eat a lot of meat and junk food not realizing how much damage it does to our health. We need to take into account that efficient production of food produces less greenhouse gas. This in turn leaves a smaller environmental footprint. In a study on diet … Continue reading

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Benefits of Orchards to the Environment

by Lola, April 7, 2017

Everyone knows forests and trees are of vital importance to the world’s ecosystem, especially in their role of removing carbon dioxide from the air, and producing oxygen for animals and humans to breathe. Orchards have played an important role in communities for many centuries. Providing a place where people and … Continue reading

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The Issue of Waste Management

by Lola, March 29, 2017

The issue of Waste Management is relevant to everyone. Have you checked your garbage lately? Are you aware that you are throwing away many materials that could be saved? If we did simple things like reusing glass, we could reduce our community landfill sites. Wastes are substances that have no … Continue reading

Etisalat Trains Sanitation Ambassadors in Kwara State

by Lola, March 28, 2017

Etisalat Nigeria has yet again demonstrated its commitment to community development and environmental preservation with the training of 10 ‘Waste Management Champions’ as well as the donation of waste disposal bins and other ancillary items to Adewole-Adeta community in Ilorin, Kwara State. Etisalat affirmed this during the launch of its Community … Continue reading

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Environmental Hazards

by Lola, March 23, 2017

A hazard is something which is known to cause harm. It is a source of danger to the health. Thus, environmental hazard is a broad term used in defining occurrence such as earthquake, and pollution. These occurrences are brought about by natural forces on the earth surface and human activities. Environmental … Continue reading

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Afforestation – Protecting Our Forest and Future

by Lola, March 20, 2017

Afforestation – Protecting Our Forest and Future. The need to preserve our forest to improve the quality of trees has become more important than ever. In Nigeria, afforestation is of critical importance, as the whole country has been ravaged by many environmental problems. Many of our thick forest with valuable … Continue reading

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