An environmentalist, Mr Cadmus Atake-Enade, has urged members of the Ekuku-Agbor Owa/Alidinma community in Agbor, Delta State, to monitor the state of their environment to speedily address any incidence of pollution and land degradation.
Atake-Enade made the call on Saturday at the People’s Dialogue for Environmental Justice and Climate Action held in the community where he spoke on environmental monitoring tools for mitigating the danger of fossil-fuel (oil and gas) extraction in local communities.
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He urged participants to monitor their environment through air, water, and soil pollution, and biodiversity issues.
The environmentalist also listed tools for monitoring the physical environment, such as pens, pencils, cameras, and whistles, and emphasised the need to document the findings or monitor the evidence.
Story was adapted from Enviro News