The Nigerian Environmental Society (NES) has honoured the former President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and fellow of the society, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan GCFR, FNES, with the Global Leadership Award. In his reaction, the former president expressed joy to have reconnected with the society for which he has been a member for many years. He thanked NES for the honour of the Global Leadership Award and commended the society, led by the National President, Dr. Dorothy Bassey (FNES), for its patriotism and commitment to the cause of protecting and showing love to the environment.
The Nigerian Environmental Society (NES) has inaugurated a new chapter of the society in Awka, Anambra state, Nigeria. The event which marked another milestone in the history of the society also witnessed the swearing-in of the first executives of the new chapter which has Dr. Odili Ojukwu as the chapter chairman.
The inauguration ceremony which was performed by the National President of the Society, Dr. Dorothy Bassey (FNES), had other national officers in attendance, including the 1st National President, Prof. John Onwuteaka (FNES), National Secretary Dr. John Akpan Harry (MNES), and Councilor, Dr. Leonard Mgbeahuruike (MNES). Other personalities in attendance were the chapter chairmen of Enugu and Imo states, Dr. Ebere Udeh (MNES) and Dr. Dike Martins (MNES).
Some environmentalists on Thursday warned Nigerians to do away with culture that seems to worsen climate change.
The environment experts spoke on Thursday in Lagos on the side line of the event to mark the 2021 Global Recycling Day in Lagos State.
The event was organised by the Nigeria Environmental Society (NES).
The experts noted that improper waste disposal, deforestation and gas emission; caused extreme climate change that exposed life to the vagaries of nature.
An environmentalist, and National President, Nigeria Environmental Society (NES) Dr Dorathy Bassey, on Wednesday cautioned Lagos residents against reckless dumping of waste on the streets, as it could increase flooding.
Bassey spoke with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos ahead of the Global Recycling Day to arouse public consciousness on waste recycling and management to improve human habitat.
The Nigerian Environmental Society (NES) featured at the inaugural meeting of the Nigerian Industrial Energy Efficiency (IEE) and Resource Efficient Cleaner Production Proect
Dr. Dorothy Bassey is the president of, Nigerian Environmental Society (NES). She spoke with VICTOR GBONEGUN on depletion of the ecosystem, the menace of plastic pollution, and the Ogoni cleanup exercise.
Environmental activists have expressed worries over the increase in depletion of the earth’s ecosystem and resources. What actions are needed to promote and enhance conservation?
The depletion of the earth’s ecosystem is a global challenge that must be tackled with a national strategy. Ecosystem inventory and tracking is the first step. I personally believe that policies that can safeguard our ecosystem must be based on data and not arbitrary because it is trending. Environmental degradation comprises air, soil, and water pollution, wildlife destruction, forestry management, and natural resources that are unsustainably extracted.