Disaster Management Planning
Attaining Sustainability in the Waste Management: Prof. Clement O. Adeofun, Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta
Communal / Informal Sector Participation in the Waste Management Industry: Taiwo Adewole
Executive Brief Document
Fostering Resource Efficient and Zero Waste Systems in Nigeria
Key Drivers to Sustainable Waste Maangement: A Compendium of Acamedia and Waste Managers Perspective: Prof. B.I. Alo, University of Lagos
The Indispensable Role of the Private Sector - Lafarge Global Experience
High-level Interactive Forum on Multi-Stakeholder Cooperation for Knowledge and Capacity Development in Waste Management
18 Dec 2014 - 18 Dec 2014
The Lagos Waste Management Authority (LAWMA), the statutory waste management agency in Lagos State and IPLA Sub-Regional Secretariat for Western Africa will organize a High-level Interactive Forum on "Multi-Stakeholder Cooperation for Knowledge and Capacity Development in Waste Management" on 18 December, 2014. The Forum is supported by the United Nations Centre for Regional Development (UNCRD) and the International Partnership for Expanding Waste Management Services of Local Authorities (IPLA).
The increase in waste generation combined with complex/emerging waste streams arising from the growing industrialization as well as changing consumption patterns, which pose inherent implications for climate change among other environmental issues, have necessitated current global trends in adopting a multi-level collaborative approach to engender empirical knowledge-driven strategy and innovation, as well as empower stakeholders at municipal level towards appropriate technological choice and intervention.
Recognizing the need therefore for guided research / knowledge development and capacity building in achieving the above, LAWMA being the West Africa Secretariat for the UNCRD-IPLA, is organising the interactive multi-stakeholder forum as a viable platform to promote Academia-Industry-Government collaborations towards driving sustainable integrated waste management technologies in the country.
Registration/How to participate
Please send your interest of participation via email to IPLA Sub-Regional Secretariat for Western Africa (Lawma) at:
For more information, please visit http://www.lawma.gov.ng/savethedate.html
|08:00-09:00||Arrival and Registration|
|Welcome and Introductory Session|
|09:00-09:45||Welcome/Introductory Remarks||Yemisi Ogunlola||Lagos Waste management Authority|
|Keynote Address||Ola Oresanya||Managing Director, Lagos Waste Management Authority|
|Techinical Session 1 -Theme paper|
|10:00-10:30||Attaining Sustainability in the Waste management Sector: The Rationale and Approach for Stakeholder Collaborations||Prof. C. O. Adeofun||Dean, College of Environmental Resources Management, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta|
|10:30-11:00||Questions & Answers|
|Technical Session 2 - "Academia-Industry-Government Cooperation": A Trend in Contemporary Waste Management|
|11:00-11:50||Driving Sustainable Waste Management Strategies and Innovations through Data Development and Management||Prof. B.I. Ala||Deputy Vice Chancellar (Academics & Research). University of Lagos|
|11:50-12:20||Fostering Resource Efficient and Zero Waste Systems in Nigeria: The Indispensable Role of the Private Sector||Mr. Enghiebolo Omongiacie||GPS - Waste and Eastern Africa, Procter & Gamble Co.|
|Mr. Daniel Adedokun||Head, Industrial Ecology & Environment, Lafarge Africa PLC|
|12:40-13:00||Questions & Answers|
|Panel/Interactive Discussion - Achieving Multi-Level Collaboration for Advancing Waste Management SYstems/Technology in Nigeria - The Way Forward|
|13:00-14:10||Key Discussion Questions
1. Academia-Industry-Government partnership in the waste management sector; are there possibilities for success in the local context?
2. What are the potential challenges (policy and/or institutional) to creating the proposed partnership; what enabling conditions may be facilitated?
3. Are there current potential opportunities (local/international) that stakeholders may explore in the partnership?
4. What range of partnership (PPP) models may be adopted by stakeholders in the municipal waste sector; how can the y be effectively implemented? Can we highlight the respective roles of stakeholders?
5. Can we identify an appropriate feedback/follow up mechanism to sustain the proposed partnership?
Questions & Answers
|Prof. Olukayode Banghose||Department of Environmental Management & Toxicology, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta||Prof. (Mrs.) Olusola Odeyemi||Head, Department of Biology, Federal University of Technology, Akure|
|Mrs. E.O.Eze||Lagos State Coordinator, National Environmental Standards and Regulations Enforcement Agency (NESREA)|
|Mr. Paul O'Callaghan||CEO, West Africa ENRG Limited Lagos|
|Mr. Olugbenga Adebola||CEO, Richbol Environmental Services, Lagos|
|Mr. Aribabu Sulaimon||Executive Secretary, HEDA REsource Centre, Lagos|
|Cornrade Ayodele Adewale||Former Chairman, Amuwo Odofin, LGA, Lagos|
|15:00-15:30||Adopting the Forum Communique|
|15:30-16:00||Vote of Thanks