January 29, 2013 – Lagos – The Honourable Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway, today visited the Dangote Group of Companies in Lagos, Nigeria, to see how IMW Industries of Chilliwack, British Columbia, is providing fuelling station solutions to displace traditional liquid transport fuels with compressed natural gas (CNG),
The Catholic Caritas Foundation of Nigeria has boosted the sales of efficient wood stoves produced by local potters in northern Nigeria. In February 2017, Caritas took delivery of 2,000 stoves produced by the potters thus putting money in their pockets and food on the table for their families. Caritas is a leading humanitarian organisation
The International Centre for Energy and Environmental Development (ICEED) said it endorsed the recently manufactured wood stove that could reduce carbon emission by between 50 per cent and 80 per cent. The Executive Director of the centre, Mr Ewah Eleri, said on Friday in Abuja that the stove brands were manufactured both locally and internationally.
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New research shows that investing in clean cookstoves and solar lanterns could benefit people, the planet, and NGOs’ budgets Stretched humanitarian agencies could save millions of dollars – and reduce carbon emissions, deforestation and violence against women and girls – if solar power and other clean energy sources were installed at refugee camps, according
On March 22-23, 2011 stakeholders representing the Federal Ministry of Agriculture, All Farmers Association of Nigeria, Nigerian Meteorological Agency, The World Bank, Central Bank of Nigeria, the insurance industry and civil society groups met in Abuja to deliberate on the challenges posed to Nigerian agriculture by frequent climatic disasters and the inadequacy of climatic risk
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