Following the approval last October of Nigeria’s REDD+ Readiness Programme and the subsequent release of the sum of $4 million (about N650 million) by the UN-REDD Policy Board to aid the programme’s implementation, experts have initiated a dialogue to foster multi-stakeholder understanding of the topic.
In Lars Johansson's participatory documentary Poison Fire, citizens of the Niger Delta document the destruction of their environment.
Several months to the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) scheduled to hold in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in June, Nigeria has commenced a series of preparatory consultative sessions aimed at harnessing inputs from relevant sectors in the Country Report/National Position for the global summit.
Eco Journalism is the environmental education by the media to the people on what the environment is? How to sustain it devoid of pollution, desertification, erosion to preserve the ozone layer.
Eco- Journalism could be defined as, good journalism comprises of fact, in-depth research into past event and the future in order to know why certain things are happening in the environment. It tells the story behind an event.