Mining, while a viable economic activity could become an albatross in the wake of climate change, there is an urgent need to ensure that stakeholders address the environmental impact of mining towards mitigating the effect of climate change, Ruth Tene Natsa writes. Three communities in Osun state Igun Atakumosa, iperindo … Continue reading
Energy is a primary input for almost all activities of life. Energy conservation refers to reducing energy by using less energy service. For example, driving less is an example of energy conservation. Energy remains one of the main constraints for economic growth in Nigeria. The lack of reliable access and … Continue reading
Noise pollution is primarily a loud enemy to the ears. It is also an enemy to the environment as it pollutes our surroundings. Constant exposure to loud noise, experts say, affects our auditory system; especially when it is above the normal 85 decibels. Noise above the normal decibels can perforate our … Continue reading
Water is essential for life. We need clean, usable water every day: to drink, bathe in, cook, and produce many goods and services. We must improve the way we use and manage our water resources. This will help us enjoy the vital services our water ecosystems provide. Oceans are ecosystems, … Continue reading
List of Participating Universities & Courses Offered in the Brazil through FOTE. Details here.
A unique opportunity to study in Brazil – the World’s 5th largest economy, and arguably the most ecologically diverse country in the world. Brazil is a veritable mecca for culture tourists, academics, artists and eco-travelers. Successful candidates will obtain full scholarships for post-graduate studies, and tuition scholarships for undergraduate studies. The prerequisite 6-month language proficiency course which starts in October … Continue reading