Food and Agriculture; The Future of Sustainability in Lagos

Food and Agriculture; The Future of Sustainability in Lagos

Lagos state has an estimated population of about 20 million people and is one of the most densely populated states in Nigeria. The population is steadily increasing daily due to rural to urban migration and isn’t likely to reduce any time soon.&nbs
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Exploring The Social and Economic Footprints of Agriculture

Exploring The Social and Economic Footprints of Agriculture

Agriculture involves the processes involved in the cultivation of crops and the rearing of livestock for both human consumption and industrial purposes. From the dawn of time, man has practised agriculture to meet his food needs. Humans cannot surviv
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Agriculture in Nigeria: A Comparison of the Past and Present

Agriculture in Nigeria: A Comparison of the Past and Present

Every human being regardless of gender, nationality, and religious ideations has to eat. That’s because food is a basic and essential human need. Access to food is recognized by the United Nations as a human right. As such, agriculture can be said
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African Agriculture; An Untapped Goldmine

African Agriculture; An Untapped Goldmine

The African food market is a goldmine that has gone untapped for several generations. It is a known fact that people have been tilling the earth for hundreds of years even before colonization, but the amount of crops that are produced is pitiful comp
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Bio-fuel from rice waste, untapped goldmine- APPEALS project Coordinator

Bio-fuel from rice waste, untapped goldmine- APPEALS project Coordinator

Lagos, Sept. 30, 2020 The Agro-Processing Productivity Enhancement and Livelihood Improvements (APPEALS) project, a World Bank, Federal and Lagos State Government initiative, says production of bio-fuel from rice husk is an untapped goldmine.Mrs Olur
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