Ecobank Nigeria Offers Cash To Lagos Residents For Used Plastic Bottles: Ecobank Nigeria has announced that residents in Lagos should take used plastic materials to its head office on Victoria Island and exchange them for cash being part of activities of the bank to remove non-biodegradable materials from the environment as part of its sustainability week that started Monday and will run till Friday the 17th, May Read more

NACC to Position SMEs for Profitability, Global Competitiveness: The Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce (NACC) is set to position the nation’s Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) for improved profitability and sustainable global competitiveness Read more

More Than N5bn Spent On Humanitarian Response – FG: The Federal Government has said it has spent more than five billion Naira on the humanitarian response project in Borno state Read more

How Hydrogen Can Help to Achieve Zero Emissions: While cities are the main drivers for improving the lives of people and entire nations, they also tend to be the main contributors of pollution and CO2 emissions Read more


CODE Launches 2018 Annual Report, Wins UN SDG Award: Connected Development (CODE) has launched its 2018 annual report that highlights […]

Citizenship, Sustainability & Innovation Report 2018

In Print: Citizenship, Sustainability & Innovation Report 2018 Publisher: Union bank Year of Publication: 2019 Clearly determined to provide a […]

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