Monthly Archives: October 2014

Climate sceptics exploit double standards of eco-warriors

When former UK environment minister Owen Paterson addressed the climate skeptic Global Warming Policy Foundation last night, his diatribe on global warming and demands to ditch emissions targets were based on far-fetched arguments. Greenpeace would undoubtedly call this “data manipulation”. But the … Continue reading

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Why Nigeria needs biosafety law

On the 16th of October, the upper arm of the National Assembly through its joint committees on Agriculture and Rural Development and Science and Technology will engage stakeholders through a public hearing on the Biosafety Management Agency Bill, currently before … Continue reading

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Cassava Mechanisation and Agroprocessing Project rejuvenates hope in Osun State, Nigeria

Cassava mechanization and Agroprocessing Project (CAMAP) has opened new worlds for many in Osun State in Nigeria. Mrs. Kikelomo Amusan never thought that at any given day in her life she would ever own anything in excess of one acre … Continue reading

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