When people talk about how to create better habits, I think they’re really meaning: how can I stop doing the stuff that doesn’t really make my life better, and start doing the things that can make my life better? And how can I make that regular and consistent? To...
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By promoting collaboration between government, private sector entities, NGOs, and communities, Nigeria can overcome its waste management challenges and move towards a more sustainable and environmentally responsible future. Investing in innovative waste management approaches not only benefits the environment but also contributes to economic growth, job creation, and improved quality of life for Nigerian citizens.
Nigeria, like many countries, has seen a surge in plastic consumption, leading to a sharp increase in plastic waste generation. Single-use plastics, including plastic bags, bottles, and packaging, are major contributors to this growing problem.
Effective waste management is a critical aspect of environmental sustainability and public health in Nigeria. To ensure the proper management of waste, robust waste management legislation and regulations are essential.