Nigerian based ‘U-Recycle Initiative’ joins countries around the world to celebrate Global Recycling Day

Throwing it back to two years ago when I volunteered for Wecyclers during one of their advocacy events in Lagos. I loved every bit of it. The feeling of being part of such a great movement was amazing. Imagine a world where we could take our old clothes back to the manufacturers and we got … Continue reading Nigerian based ‘U-Recycle Initiative’ joins countries around the world to celebrate Global Recycling Day

Vehicular emissions, Mental health and the Lives of Lagosians.

Everyone wants to come to Lagos. It is perceived that the grass is greener here, at least by the people living in a handful of other states of the country. Growing up in Lagos, I have lived in Magodo/Shangisha and Ikorodu respectively. Traffic congestion is something that Lagos State is known for but the intensity … Continue reading Vehicular emissions, Mental health and the Lives of Lagosians.

GoodLife Goals: Futerra’s style of making the SDGs actionable for all

I stumbled on the GoodLife Goals sometime last week and I could not help but put down my thoughts about them. The GoodLife Goals were carved out of the sustainable development goals by one of the co-founders (Solitaire Townsend) of Futerra, a hybrid change agency that is committed to making sustainable development so desirable it … Continue reading GoodLife Goals: Futerra’s style of making the SDGs actionable for all

3 Enterprise Lessons from Canada’s new Food Guide

On Tuesday, the 22nd of January, 2019, Health Canada released a revised food guide for the country and this had different reactions follow the new development. According to the Government of Canada's website, Health Canada is responsible for helping Canadians maintain and improve their health. It ensures that high-quality health services are accessible, and works … Continue reading 3 Enterprise Lessons from Canada’s new Food Guide