2017819&ensp·&enspthe evaluation of environmental impact of artisanal gold mining was carried out in luku minna north central nigeria to evaluate environmental hazards associated with artisanal gold mining through field work and laboratory analyses. during the field work observations of the whole mining site were made so as to evaluate the physical impact of mining and representative soil samples were
the incorporation of the circular economy concept based on the principle of waste reuse within a productive chain generating economic social and environmental gains can help to change the patterns of production and consumption to make the mining activities environmentally sustainable socially just and economically viable.
freshwater scarcity already affects every continent and it is expected to intensify over time due to an increase in demand from all water users a rise in population a read more. un launches global conversation on the world's future to mark its 75th anniversary. 28 october 2019.
20191025&ensp·&enspprojects · dai an international development company. dai works on the frontlines of international development. transforming ideas into action—action into impact. we are committed to shaping a more livable world.
2017518&ensp·&enspeconomic growth is a major field of study due to the significant impact it has on the society in general as well as the various units that make up the society. this essay has examined both the positive and negative effects of economic growth on society.
valuing groundwater recharge through agricultural production in the hadejianguru wetlands in northern nigeria article in agricultural economics 22(3):247259 · february 2000 with 115 reads
20191027&ensp·&enspthis page is a list of environmental disasters. in this context it is an annotated list of specific events caused by human activity that results in a negative effect on the environment. main article: environmental disaster
20191023&ensp·&enspghana's northern savannah ecological zone forms part of the west africa sahel region and is highly vulnerable to environmental degradation and climate change due its geographic loion and the dependence of its population on natural resources rainfed agriculture and transhumance systems
2014923&ensp·&ensppollution is one of the many environmental challenges facing the world today. the impact of pollution is more severe in developing countries leading to ill health death and disabilities of millions of people annually. developed countries have the resources and technologies to combat pollution. as a result of the health risks and the potential impact of climate change there have been efforts
in kimberley he supervised the working of his brother's claim and speculated on his behalf. among his associates in the early days were john x merriman and charles d. rudd of the infamous rudd concession who later became his partner in the de beers mining company and the british south africa company. in 1872 rhodes suffered a slight heart attack.
the annual rate of deforestation of the woodlands averaged 3.5 percent for northern nigeria alone the annual deforestation of woodlands runs to about 92000 hectares while the whole country consumeslack of funds to remediate environmental degradation due to past mining activities.
20191013&ensp·&enspthe key environmental issues in the niger delta of nigeria relate to its petroleum and industry.. the delta covers 20000 km² within wetlands of 70000 km² formed primarily by sediment deposition. home to 20 million people and 40 different ethnic groups this floodplain makes up 7.5% of nigeria's total land mass. it is the largest wetland and maintains the thirdlargest drainage basin in africa.
since the 1970s the greatest rates of forest clearance have been in southeastern queensland and northern new south wales although victoria is the most cleared state. today degradation is occurring in the largely forested tropical north due to rapidly expanding invasive weed species and
20191028&ensp·&enspa recent attribution study shows extremely high pressures as seen across southeast australia in august 2014 are more likely to occur in the future due to climate change. there has been a net increase in summer rainfall across much of the continent over the past 30 years. research is continuing into the underlying cause.
the town is one of south africa's oldest (the first farmers settled here in 1700) and in church street visitors will find the highest concentration of national monuments in the country (32). the nearby matroosberg reserve is known for its snowfall during winter and saronsberg wine estate produces some of south africa's best wines.
demining experts are currently deployed in the lack of incomes due to reduced economic activities that led to total dependency of idps deterioration of social and economic lymphoma treatment in uganda bmt clinic provides best sickle cell anemia treatment in ugandanigeria
environmental degradation o solid minerals mining in nigeria. 2016120&ensp·&enspthe exponential rise in the number of smallscale mining activities in nigeria in increasing realization of the potentials of the solid minerals mining sector in that qualify the severity of environmental problems resulting from their operations. .. degradation of any land
20191025&ensp·&enspnigeria is blessed with abundance of natural gas petroleum tin iron ore coal limestone niobium lead zinc arable land etc. nigeria is a very "oil rich" country. in fact nigeria is the leading exporter of oil in africa today and one of the leading oil exporters in the world (the 6th leading oil exporter in the world today).
2013129&ensp·&enspnote: this is not an electronic publiion of the first global integrated marine assessment it is a compilation of the assessment's individual content files which are