Publications

Scaling Better: IHS Joins Forces with GRI for the SDGs at the Business Leadership Forum

IHS Towers, the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) along with other private sector organisations demonstrated their commitment to driving corporate action by scaling performance on the SDGs in a forum that kicked off Wednesday, 24th March 2021. Recent years have induced major changes to business processes requiring investments in organisational change and technology. Recently, business models…

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Community Convos – Perhaps a Little Pick-Me-Up for the Mining Sector?

Nigeria is indisputably a country blessed with vast deposits of mineral resources strewn across nearly all of her states, from Plateau in the north to Ogun in the west, with this sheer magnanimity of fate seemingly leaving open the door for the perils of negative mining impacts on the environment. Mineral exploration and processing are…

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Preparing Women for Politics in Nigeria

Lagos, Tuesday, 30 March, 2021 – ElectHER, in partnership with AGS Tribe and African Women on Board, organised the Women for Women Conference themed Partnering for Parity which took place at Wheatbaker Hotel, Lagos. ElectHer is a non-partisan progressive women political advancement group co-founded by Ibijoke Faborode and Abosede George-Ogan. Statistics have shown that there…

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Community Convos: What’s Going on with the PIB and Community Engagement?

The much talked about Petroleum Industry Bill, popularly called the PIB, is according to experts a comprehensive proposal to overhaul of the state’s approach to managing the oil and gas industry's operations. Designed to address all aspects of the sector, including institutions, fiscal policy, and community management, among others, the Oil and Gas Reform Implementation…

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Mourning the Loss of Innocent Chukwuma

It is with great regret that CSR-in-Action mourns the passing of Comrade Innocent Chukwuma, a man of integrity, passion and humility. For nine years, CSR-in-Action has organised the Sustainability in the Extractive Industries (SITEI) Conference and Initiative, and for five of those years, Mr Chukwuma, as head honcho at Ford Foundation West Africa, has been…

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Flour Mills of Nigeria Expands its Commitment to enriching lives with the release of its 2019/2020 Sustainability Report

Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc (“Flour Mills” or “FMN”), Nigeria’s leading integrated food business and agro-allied Group (the “Group”), and owners of the iconic brand, ‘Golden Penny,’ today released its 2019/2020 sustainability report at the Nigerian Stock Exchange. The report which is titled, ‘Feeding the Nation and Enriching lives through Sustainable Operations,’ details our progress…

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Rethinking Manufacturing Sustainably

Globally, a growing number of manufacturing companies across different industries are paying more attention to sustainability as a significant tool in driving their strategy and operations to increase growth and global competitiveness. This has become an encouraging trend that has evolved from the niche of those who traditionally positioned themselves as "green," and now includes…

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Community Convos: On Nigerian Refineries

After taking over the 35,000-barrel per day Shell-BP Refinery established in Port Harcourt in 1965, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) was founded on 1 April 1977, as the country's own oil company. The corporation was granted powers and operational interests in refining, petrochemicals, commodity transportation, and marketing, in addition to its exploration activities, and…

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Community Convos: Is China Business an Existential Risk to Rural Communities?

The diplomatic relations between China and Nigeria go as far back as February 10 1971, spanning agreements on trade, economic and technical cooperation, science and technology and even investment protection. Sahel and West African Club Secretariat, in a publication titled China and Nigeria: A Powerful South-South Alliance records that “bilateral trade between China and Nigeria…

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Community Convos: Shell and Company

Author ~ Bekeme Masade-Olowola After a 13-year long oil spill case between Nigerian farmers, environmental activists and Shell Nigeria, a Dutch appeal court on 29 January 2021, ruled that the Nigerian branch of the oil giant, Shell, is responsible for damage caused by leaks in the Niger Delta. The court has ordered Shell Nigeria to…

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