Ozone and ozone layer and it’s depletion and protection
The ozone
Ozone (O3) is a highly reactive gas composed of three oxygen atoms. It is both a natural and a man-made product that occurs in the Earth’s upper atmosphere. (the stratosphere) and lower atmosphere (the troposphere). Depending on where it is in the atmosphere, ozone affects life on Earth in either good or bad ways. Of which present in the atmosphere forms a layer which is known as a protective blanket for the earth which absorbs and moderate the magnitude of sun rays coming to the earth.

The layer formed…


World Nature Conservation Day 2020 World Nature Conservation Day is marked internationally to spread awareness about the best practices to protect the natural resources as our Earth does not have unlimited amount of things we need like water, trees, soil etc.

Nature is seen as the phenomena of the physical world and life in general. this can also be seen as the sum total of all things in time and space; the entire physical universe.

Conservation is the wise use of resources by the present generation putting in mind the future generation or can also be…

On this years World Youth Skills day, the CFEW team celebrate the amazing green school ambassadors and teachers who have remained committed despite the COVID-19 lock-down working to inspire their various communities to secure the earth. We are so proud of you!

Amazing things you want to know about World Youth Skill Day

The aim of this day is to focus the world’s attention on the importance of population issues.

Population is the total average no of living organism (people) in a geographical Location in this case Human population.
The world’s population as at the last census is 8 billion people. More specific 7,794,798,739.
With 49.6 percent for female and 50. 4 percent male.
The yearly event of world population day has it theme yearly. Of which the theme for year 2020 is
“ Health, Right of women and girls”

Lets start this way why is the health and right of women…

Growing up I usually see this group of beautiful birds that fly together and perch on trees around the house, I was so curious that I ask what birds are these and was told there names in hausa is kannari . I learnt that they make so much noise and are usually used as Messengers in the past to send information to to other village or province.

A parrots is a strong bird, which it has a curved bill, an upright stance, strong legs, and clawed zygodactyl feet. Many parrots are vividly coloured, and some are multi-coloured. Most parrots exhibit…

Growing up I had a mysterious fascination to this buzzing creatures called bees. It was the mixture of fear and ecstasy. Tasting the clear viscous liquid from a natural source kept me coming back for more. So i constantly asked questions about how they make this sweet substance called honey. My dad told me it is the sweetest known natural substance in the world and had many uses and that made me even more attracted to it. I had a bad experience once where my adventure to get honey from a nearby bee-hive ended with countless stings from an angry…

In celebration of the World Earth Day 2020, Centre For Earth Works (CFEW) was hosted by JAY FM 101.9 in Jos, on her Thursday Edition of “Let’s Talk.”

The Team Lead, Mr. Benson Dotun Fasanya talking on the 50th anniversary of World Earth Day gave a brief background history on how it all started and the journey so far. A lot had been accomplished and are still being accomplished these past 50 years.

Agencies, Organizations, Countries etc. are waking up and answering to the advocacy call put out by the Earth Day Network. …

Waste management includes the activities and actions required to manage waste from its inception t its final disposal. It includes the collection, transportation, treatment and disposal of waste together with monitoring and regulation of the waste management process. Waste can either be solid liquid or gas and they can be seen all around us most especially in developing countries.

Climate action deals with stepped up effort to reduce greenhouse gas emission and strengthen resilience and adaptive capacity to climate induced impact. …

The Coronavirus crisis has put the resilience of our society to the test. This health emergency exerts unprecedented pressure on many economic activities, including those that are indispensable to our well-being. Protecting lives and livelihoods is at the core of all actions and decisions to address the crisis at both individual and collective levels.

Proper waste management is part of the essential services to our society. For instance, each person produces nearly half a tonne of municipal waste per year in the EU on average, which means that every week more than 20 kg of municipal waste is generated per…

The Month of March was a mixed blessing. On the one hand we woke up to the realities of the global pandemic that was before now an epidemic far from us. On the flip side, we are in this together and all the more united fighting a common enemy. We are not in any way deterred despite the scary news of the ravaging effect of COVID-19 around the world and the attendant challenges that come with adhering to safety measures and keeping safe. Coronavirus is here now but will soon be no more. …

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