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… Says West Africa Will Benefit Hugely From The GCF Economic Community of West Africa States (ECOWAS), has organized a 3-day training workshop to educate member states on how to access the global Green Climate Fund (GCF). The fund, officials...
  Minister of Environment, Amina Mohammed has said that complex modalities has hindered West Africa’s access to the global Green Climate Fund. The minister made this known at the ECOWAS 3-day regional training workshop for accessing the Green Fund, in...
In the white hall of Thought Pyramid Gallery, Immersion, a multi-media artwork, standing 6 feet long, captures the attention of expatriates and local art lovers alike. Consisting of 5 art pieces, in a broken rectangular arrangement, the central piece –...
Binta Suleiman Isyaku, former lawyer now interior designer, and the founder of Albedo Design School, is bent on providing a documentation of African Interior designs as well as promoting interior designs that work for Nigerians and African climate. The...
  “African architectural designs should be seen as a natural response or reaction to our environment and emotions,” says Architect, Kayode Babalola. Babalola couldn’t be more right. Western architecture works for westerners because it absorbs their climate, culture, inherent designs and...
Livingreen sits with the chair, of the ECOWAS Ministers of Meteorology and Minister of Transport, Liberia, Bushuben M. A. Keita, at the 12th Bi-annual meeting of the meetings, held in Abuja, that witnessed the adoption of the ECOWAS Strategic...
At the Abuja premiere of We Almost Forgot also debuted an ideology of a sustainable production – the green stage – in the creatives and entertainment industry. Lost in the magnificence of the performance and costumes, spectators paid less attention...
  52-year-old Lebanese, Nawal Yaghi Fahkri, is a business woman, an artist and environmentalist. She who channeled her inherent creative gift to promoting environmental sustainability and made-in-Nigeria recycled designs, her business host country. Fahkri had choices to flex her multiple...
  … “We Will Give Nigeria’s Meteorological Service Resources To Advance” – Hon. Amaechi   The Economic Community of West African States has adopted the ECOWAS Strategic and Meteorological Programme at the meeting of the Ministers of Meteorology held at the ECOWAS...
    A major problem of subsistence agriculture, which accounts for over 60 per cent of Nigeria’s community commercial farming, is the avoidable agricultural wastes, that trail fresh produce from farms to markets. Local female farmers in Abuja, Benue and Niger states...
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