Plastic bag sales in England down 86% since 2015: New data released on Friday by the Department for Environment and Rural Affairs, shows a decrease of 289 million plastic bags since last reporting in 2016/2017. Read more

Renewable Energy Is Powering Access to Learning: There are parts of the world where, when the electricity stops, learning too either slows down or stops entirely. During daylight hours, tropical humidity and heat can conspire against pupils trying to concentrate on what their teacher is saying. And if the school goes dark once the sun sets, no evening lessons can be held in the classrooms. Read more

SERAP takes Senate to UN over Press Council Bill: The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has asked the United Nations (UN) Special Rapporteur, Mr. David Kaye, to publicly call on the Senate President Bukola Saraki and the entire leadership of the Senate to immediately withdraw the contentious Press Council Bill. Read more

Toyota planning smarter, cleaner vehicles for Tokyo 2020 Olympics: A range of cleaner and smarter electric vehicles will be unveiled at the event to accommodate an estimated 15 million visitors coming to Japan’s huge capital city. Read more


Google’s Free Wifi Goes Live in Parts of Lagos: Tech Giant, Google, has launched its free Wi-Fi service for Nigerians, […]


Federal Government partners AfDB on Youth employment: The Federal Government says it has entered into partnership with the African Development […]

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