Environmentalists have reiterated the need to safeguarding Coastal areas and the people that inhabit them from the effect of climate change. At the 2014 Annual Walk For Nature in Lagos, organized by the Nigerian Conservation Foundation in collaboration with the Lagos State Government and sponsored by Chevron Nigeria Limited, Fidelity Bank Plc, 7Up Bottling Company Plc, UACN Property Development Company Plc, Chemical and Allied Product Plc and SAPETRO Nigeria Limited, participants call for actions aimed at sensitizing the populace to the dangers of Climate Change and what they can do as individuals to reduce their exposure to its effects is part of the strategy for mitigating the damaging consequences of Climate Change. Speaking at the end of about 45 minutes early morning walk, on the theme of the event "Small Island Developing States", the President of the Nigerian Conservation Foundation, Izoma Philip Asiodu said that small island states are more prone to the damaging effects of a warming planet than those that are in the hinterland. The impacts of a rising sea level mean the loss of lives and properties for many people living on small islands. According to him, the importance of Lagos as a coastal city and as…
The Prince Bernhard Scholarships (PBS) is an annual Scholarship Programme dedicated to develop the capacity of young to mid-career conservation professionals with active involvement in nature conservation activity all over the world. It comprises of a CHF10,000 award which gives applicants the opportunity to choose any conservation/nature-related professional development activity inform of short training/courses, publications, international conferences and workshops, as a means to develop their capacity in ensuring impact and effectiveness. The scholarship is been administered by the World Wide Funds for Nature (WWF) International office in Switzerland and opened to applicants from Africa; Asia/Pacific; Latin America/Caribbean; North America; and Europe/Middle East. The 2015 PBS application process is open and interested applicants can visit www.panda.org/scholarships for details on Guidelines & Application form or contact WWF PBS National Coordinator on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Deadline for application is 11th January 2015.
The Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) is currently seeking to recruit competent, committed, self motivated and enthusiastic candidate for the position of: Head, Fundraising
The Lekki Conservation Centre has been awarded 2014 Certificate of Excellence by the World Largest Travel Site, TripAdvisor. The award signifying that the Centre has consistently earned outstanding ratings by guests on TripAdvisor. TripAdvisoris the world's largest travel site, enabling travelers to plan and have the perfect trip. TripAdvisor offers trusted advice from real travelers and a wide variety of travel choices and planning features with seamless links to booking tools. In a statement signed by the President, TripAdvisor for Business, Marc Charron, the prestigious award is based on the quality of reviews and opinions the Centre earned on TripAdvisor over the year. "We hope you'll showcase your certificate to guests and staff with pride", said Charron. TripAdvisor branded sites make up the largest travel community in the world, reaching nearly 280 million unique monthly visitors, and more than 170 million reviews and opinions covering more than 4 million accommodations, restaurants and attractions. The sites operate in 45 countries worldwide, including China under daodao.com. TripAdvisor also includes TripAdvisor for Business, a dedicated division that provides the tourism industry access to millions of monthly TripAdvisor visitors. Lekki Conservation Centre is the only natural resource conservation centre in Lagos. The Centre which…
The world’s biggest conservation Partnership – BirdLife International – has announced that vultures have rapidly become one of the most threatened families of birds on the planet. In a bid to stop this important family of birds slipping towards extinction in Europe and Africa, a global campaign asking for public support to Stop Vulture Poisoning has been launched. Following recent catastrophic declines of vultures in Asia that left landscapes littered with carcasses, vultures in Europe and Africa may be set to follow unless we act now – warned conservationists from BirdLife International. Vultures are important and essential for our health: “Vultures play a fundamental role that no other birds do: they clean our landscapes”, said Iván Ramírez, Head of Conservation for BirdLife International in Europe and Central Asia. Yet they are facing new and massive threats across Europe and Africa. A veterinary drug that is lethally toxic to vultures has been discovered to be commercially available in at least two European countries. Used to treat inflammation in livestock, this is the same drug (diclofenac) that has wiped out 99% of vultures in India, Pakistan and Nepal. At the same time, vultures in Africa are facing increasing threats from poisoning (deliberate…
The climate change rally took place in Lagos on September 22, 2014. The rally was in solidarity with the People’s Climate March towards building global awareness and urgency around mitigating climate change. Organized by the Climate Aid International (CAI), Nigerian Conservation Foundation (NCF) and other environmental/youth groups, the rally held simultaneously with Peoples Climate March in New York, Paris and Rio, London, Berlin same day. The main objective of the march was to show the policy makers on the need to choose a side that favours sustainable development while demanding for decisive actions on climate change. The Lagos rally kicked off from Allen Roundabout Ikeja and ended at the Ndiubusi Kanu Park, Opposite Lagos State Governors House, Alausa Ikeja. It had in attendance the representatives of 18 coalition of NGO including NCF who was represented by the Education Unit, Media Unit and NCF Members. About 65 people participated in all. Receiving the participants at the rally on behalf of the Lagos State Governor, the Permanent Secretary, Office of Environment Services, Lagos State Ministry of the Environment, Engineer Hakeem Adeniyi Ogunbambi, said that the rally will go a long way in engineering national effort to fast-track the swift ratification and signing…
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