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Housing Starts: Property Index Explains

Added on 18th Feb 2014 ⋅ Posted in - Enviroment
The housing market is one of the pillars of the Nigerian economy, and there may be no better indication of how the market is doing than a statistic called housing starts. This information as it is practiced in the U.S. should be tracked by the government and issued to the public, usually through the business news media. What are housing star... » Full story

Lagos Urges Partnership On Live-Able City

Added on 20th Nov 2013 ⋅ Posted in - Enviroment
THE Lagos State Government has reached out to professionals and stakeholders to join hands with it towards making the state a live-able city for all cadre of people. Governor Babatunde Fashola made the call last week while flagging off the Lagos Live-able City Conference 2013. The Governor who spoke at the opening of the conference with th... » Full story

Construction Firm Trains Artisans In Port Harcourt

Added on 19th Nov 2013 ⋅ Posted in - Enviroment
WORRIED by the alarming rate of incidence of building collapse and the accompanied loss of lives and properties in the country, a Construction firm, Rifeng Piping Systems, has organised training for artisans, who are plumbers in Port Harcourt, as part of its corporate responsibility to check the menace. Speaking at the inauguration of the Por... » Full story

Ojikutu Family In Court To Reclaim Ojo Military Barracks Unused Land

Added on 11th Nov 2013 ⋅ Posted in - Enviroment
THIRTY-NINE years after the Federal Government compulsorily acquired a total landmass measuring 166.6 acres in Iba Town, Ojo Local Government Area of Lagos State for the purpose of building a military formation, now known as Ojo Military Barracks, controversy has continued to trail the move, as a land-owning family has initiated bid to reclaim the ... » Full story

Stakeholders Urge Govt To Establish National Climate Change Commission

Added on 8th Nov 2013 ⋅ Posted in - Enviroment
FOLLOWING the urgency to curtail disastrous consequences of climate change in all sectors of the economy, stakeholders have renewed call for the establishment of a coordinating institution or commission to oversee the mainstreaming of climate change into development activities. They say funding mechanism and institutional framework is weak ... » Full story

Nigeria, 86 others okay Minamata treaty on mercury phase-out

Added on 17th Oct 2013 ⋅ Posted in - Enviroment
AFTER four years of negotiations, a landmark treaty to curb the use of mercury has opened for signature in Japan, marking a further watershed moment towards the global phase-out of the notorious heavy metal in many products and industries where mercury is used, released or emitted. The newest United Nations treaty, named the Minamata Convention ... » Full story

Nestle wins environmental sustainability award

Added on 17th Oct 2013 ⋅ Posted in - Enviroment
A LEADING nutrition, health and well being company, Nestle Nigeria Plc has emerged the best in environmental sustainability at the 7th yearly Social Enterprise Reports and Award (SERA) held at the MUSON Centre, Lagos, recently. In a statement signed by the company???s Corporate Relations Manager, Mr. Samuel Adenekan, Nestle was commended for red... » Full story

UN canvasses improved urban resilience at World Habitat Day

Added on 7th Oct 2013 ⋅ Posted in - Enviroment
CITIES must boost efforts to become more resilient to natural disasters as well as provide their citizens with methods of alternative transportation to thrive, senior United Nations officials said at the weekend. ???As the effects of climate change increase, urban resilience becomes ever more necessary,??? Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in h... » Full story

Flats prices ahead other house-types in UK with 35% average increase

Added on 3rd Oct 2013 ⋅ Posted in - Enviroment
In the UK, especially in London, flats and terraced homes have outperformed other house-types since 2009, with the average price increasing by almost ??50,000 in the last decade, a new research conducted by Halifax has revealed. Ray Clancy, editor, Property Wire, an online property journal, explains that flats have increased in value by an avera... » Full story

UNFCCC registers Nigeria???s CDM scheme for efficient light bulbs

Added on 2nd Oct 2013 ⋅ Posted in - Enviroment
IN the wake of recent report indicating that ailing Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) could attract more buyers if its projects went beyond merely offsetting greenhouse gases to generate absolute emission cuts, an environmentally focused company, ICIMI has announced the registration of its Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs) distribution programme of ... » Full story
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