Links for Media Coverages of the 2019 Earthnewsinfo Environmental Journalism Summer School

The 2019 Earthnewsinfo Environmental Journalism Summer School, at the Nigerian Conservation Foundation Headquarters, Lekki Conservation Center,Lagos, Nigeria, was a huge success. Twenty seven participants benefited from the maiden edition of the programme which lasted for six days. Below are links of media  reports of the training. https://youtu.be/Vfe3n5G50ll https://www.premiumtimesng.com/news/more-news/349972-nigerian-environmmentalists-want-laws-to-stop-hunters-from-killings-animals.html NCF, Earthnewsinfo host Environmental Journalism Summer School https://hotnewsnaija.ng/2019/08/22/ncf-earthnewsinfo-host-environmental-journalism-summer-school/ Don Calls For Improved Conservation Efforts https://allafrica.com/stories/201909020078.html Please follow and like us:

APPLY FOR THE 2019 ENVIRONMENTAL JOURNALISM SUMMER SCHOOL

Submit application to eco24training@gmail.com Are you interested in becoming an environment journalist? Do you want to be the voice of your community and bring to the fore challenges affecting your neighbourhood for positive change? Do you want to earn a living telling stories for the common good of all? If your answer to the above questions is YES! Then the Environmental Journalism Summer School by the Eathnewsinfo is for you. Please follow and like us:

APPLY FOR 2019 THE ENVIRONMENTAL JOURNALISM SUMMER SCHOOL

Submit application to eco24training@gmail.com Are you interested in becoming an environment journalist? Do you want to be the voice of your community and bring to the fore challenges affecting your neighbourhood for positive change? Do you want to earn a living telling stories for the common good of all? If your answer to the above questions is YES! Then the Environmental Journalism Summer School by the Eathnewsinfo is for you. Please follow and like us:

Important things to know about the harmattan season!

The harmattan season is common in West Africa. It is to the people a mini winter period. This is because it is usually cold and windy, but instead of snow, it is usually misty,hazy,dry and dusty. The period it occurs is usually between the end of November to February or there about. The time, duration and intensity of the harmattan season varies from state to state and region to region. In Nigeria for instance, the south east and northern experience it more and it usually starts there weeks or months…

We cannot escape more extreme weather conditions, no thanks to Global Warming and Climate Change!

Parts of the world will have weather patterns that switch between extremes of wet and dry, say scientists. A country like the United States will see more droughts, while flooding will become more common in the western Pacific, research suggests. The study, in Nature Climate Change, adds to a growing body of evidence over climate change and extreme weather. The latest data – based on detailed climate modeling work – suggests extreme La Nina events in the Pacific Ocean will almost double with global warming, from one in 23 years to…

Farting Contributes To Global Warming,Some Studies Have Shown! Many may look at it as just farting, but it sure has some scientific implications that relates to the environment and global warming…..lol. That said farting experts have said is good for the body  metabolism, so I guess we will always fart for our well being! Brian Farley, Molecular and Cell Biology Postdoc, UC Berkeley, on Qoura wrote that there are two components of flatulence that contribute to global warming: carbon dioxide and methane. Both are produced as a result of gut bacteria…