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Tears in the Creeks, Agip spills again
Tears in the Creeks, Agip spills again

On the 3rd of February 2022, an oil spill occurred at Lasukugbene, a community in Southern Ijaw area of Bayelsa State following the burst of pipelines belonging to Agip. In the usual style of the Nigerian oil industry, the spill has sadly been unattended to up...

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Videos and Poetry for Change
Videos and Poetry for Change

The power of creative words and images woven into storytelling and advocacy cannot be overestimated. More so, when such creativity is exhibited with vibrancy and imaginativeness that is natural to the youth and being used as a tool for the protection and defense of...

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Pushing back BT Cowpea in Africa
Pushing back BT Cowpea in Africa

Nigeria is the first country to have approved the commercial release of genetically modified (GM) cowpea, and other countries are likely to follow suit. Cowpea (popularly known as beans) is an indigenous African crop that forms a staple food and a major source of...

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Africa’s Fossil-Fuel Trap
Africa’s Fossil-Fuel Trap

A Response to “The Divestment Delusion” The greatest share of the burden of addressing climate change lies with the major polluters—the wealthy countries of Europe, North America, and East Asia—that are disproportionately responsible for causing the crisis. Some...

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Eco-Instigator #34
Eco-Instigator #34

We welcome you to the last edition of our quarterly magazine for 2021. It has been a tough but memorable year in many ways for us at HOMEF. I salute the incredible HOMEF team and all our partners and supporters for their unparalleled commitment. Our projects continued...

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