After a few days of being lazy with my morning run, I set out to knock off a 5km run in 30 minutes, I hit the target and it was a very easy run (as I described on Strava). Against the usual, I wasn’t going to listen to any folk or country album during … Read more
As we mark 22 years since the United Nations General Assembly officially adopted May 22 as the International Day of Biodiversity (IDB) in December 2000, it is about time we rethink biodiversity and what it means to us. Biodiversity Day is a reminder that we cannot exist all by ourselves. Despite all our technological … Read more
The participants, mostly Abuja-based journalists across different newsrooms, who were tutored by seasoned climate change and health experts, saw the training as an eye-opener to deep dive into the climate change and health issues plaguing humanity.
‘Seyifunmi Adebote, an environmentalist and participant opined that the training would set the pace to consequentially report the various health and climate change issues.
“Seyi, what are you doing on earth day?” This was a question Rita asked me when I hosted her among other colleagues for lunch at my place on Monday. My answer was “nothing” and to be honest at that point I had literally planned nothing for the day. Guess what? As I write this, Earth … Read more