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27 Agosto 2018

After series of failed appeals, communities impacted by the business activities of Wilmar PZ, a multinational company involved in agro palm cultivation in Cross River State have taken Wilmar to the State House of Assembly for alleged pollution and land grabbing.

31 Julho 2018

O agravamento da situação de instabilidade na Nigéria está a afectar o Governo e a comprometer, em particular, as ambições de Muhammadu Buhari conseguir os votos suficientes para um segundo mandato nas eleições que decorrerão em Fevereiro do próximo ano.

Stefano Giambellini
9 Julho 2018

Os recentes confrontos no Estado de Plateau, centro da Nigéria, entre pastores e agricultores e que provocaram cerca de 200 mortos, foram apenas mais uma etapa de um conflito étnico antigo que tem como razão de ser a disputa desesperada pelo acesso a terras aráveis.

25 Junho 2018

Fertile land is dwindling due to climate change combined with a population boom and is fueling conflicts across the continent

NAIROBI - The violent conflicts between farmers and semi-nomadic herders in Nigeria that left dozens of people dead over the weekend illustrate the intensifying pressure and competition for arable land in Africa, experts said on Monday.

11 Junho 2018

Natives of Akamkpa community in Cross River, hosting the Singaporean multinational company, Wilmar International, have accused the company of destroying their sources of livelihood by channeling chemical infested erosion water into their streams and farmlands.

6 Setembro 2017

“We need peace. We are tired of conflicts. So many innocent people have died and we have to stop the violence. That is why I contribute to peace-making”, says Hadiza Adam, a 38-year-old woman from Angwan Rogo community in Jos North, located in the northern Nigerian state of Plateau.

30 Agosto 2017

Mr Aliyu Bananda, Director, Drought and Desertification Amelioration Department, Federal Ministry of Environment says the Federal Government is committed to achieving land degradation neutrality by 2030.

Bananda said this at a workshop on Endorsement of Nigeria Voluntary Target to Achieve Land Degradation Neutrality, (LDN) organised by the ministry in Abuja on Thursday.

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