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Environment Ministry Nov 27
FG, UNIDO to reduce energy consumption by industries – Punch Newspapers
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Environment Ministry Nov 26
Hon. Minister of received @yahyamalindi Resident Representative on Green Development pathways who paid a courtesy visit to the minister at the ministry’s HQ Mabushi Abuja.
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FRINMEDIA Nov 24
The chairman of the event, Hon. Min. humbly introduced by the DG/CEO FRIN, giving his opening remark at the 50th anniversary of Forestry Association of Nigeria (FAN) and 42nd annual conference.
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AgroNatureNG Nov 21
The Minister of State for Environment , Sharon Ikeazor has called for adoption of modern technologies inherent in geospatial science to tackle biodiversity loss and climate change issues in the country
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Michael Simire Nov 20
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Environment Ministry Nov 20
Replying to @FMEnvng
informed by coordinated, comprehensive and sustained Earth observations. Saghir el Mohammed Director Press and Public Relations Federal Ministry of Environment
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Environment Ministry Nov 20
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water quality and changes to human settlements. The GEO is a partnership of more than 100 national governments and in excess of 100 Participating Organizations under the UN that envisions a future where decisions and actions for the benefit of humankind are...
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Environment Ministry Nov 20
Replying to @FMEnvng
According to Nakaleme, Digital Earth Africa has the capacity to provide a unique continental scale analysis and factual data for operational purposes and tracking of changes across Africa, on soil and coastal erosion, forest and desert development,
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Environment Ministry Nov 20
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Similarly, Catherine Nakaleme of AfriGEEO, in her contribution noted that the Digital Earth Africa will assist countries in the continent to realise the potential for Earth Observation, towards guaranteeing sustainable development.
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Environment Ministry Nov 20
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water sustainability and disaster risks reduction.
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Environment Ministry Nov 20
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In his remark, Mr. Steven Ramage, Head of External Relations for the GEO, said the key focus of their organisation include agriculture, biodiversity, cities, climate action, data, forestry, land degradation neutrality, oceans (GEO Blue Planet),
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Environment Ministry Nov 20
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“It is the young ones who will take advantage of these technologies, have access to authentic data and job opportunities in the country.
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Environment Ministry Nov 20
Replying to @FMEnvng
She emphasized that, “Geospatial science for biodiversity and ocean are very important especially in a coastal country like Nigeria”, and reaffirmed her commitment towards youths playing a key role in climate actions.
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Environment Ministry Nov 20
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According to her, the NEO team will help to proffer lasting solution to the inter-linked climate change crises, while also enabling the detection of early warning for crop failure, thereby enhancing improvement of livelihoods and food security.
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Environment Ministry Nov 20
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She was glad to learn that the National Space Research & Development Agency (NASDRA) in Nigeria is already working with GEO.
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Environment Ministry Nov 20
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to work closely with the National Earth Observation (NEO) team to enable them carry out their assignment more successfully, as the data and knowledge derived from earth observations will help government plan and respond to climate crises in various sectors.
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Environment Ministry Nov 20
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Expressing keen interest in geospatial sciences and what it can do to help fight climate change and biodiversity loss, particularly in the Lake Chad Basin and Coastal Regions of Nigeria, Ikeazor further urged the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Climate Change...
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Environment Ministry Nov 20
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The Minister disclosed this in Abuja recently during a virtual meeting with members of the Group on Earth Observations (GEO) based in Geneva ,Switzerland.
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Environment Ministry Nov 20
The Minister of State for , Chief has stressed the need to adopt modern technologies inherent in geospatial science to tackle biodiversity loss and climate change issues in the country.
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Environment Ministry Nov 20
PRESS RELEASE Ikeazor Advocates Geospatial Science Technologies for Biodiversity Loss & Climate Action
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