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Nigeria and Climate Change

Nigeria is highly vulnerable to climate change. The 2014 World Climate Change Vulnerability Index, published by the global risk analytics company Verisk Maplecroft, classifies Nigeria as one of the ten most vulnerable countries in the world. Extreme events and weather variability such as droughts, floods, erosion and sea-level rise all impact the nation. The agriculture, water resources, public health, and settlements sectors are particularly vulnerable to climate change.

National Policy on Climate Change

The vision of the National Policy on Climate Change is a climate change resilient Nigeria for rapid and sustainable socio-economic development. Its mission is to strengthen national initiatives to adapt to and mitigate climate change in a participatory manner involving all sectors of Nigerian society, including the poor and other vulnerable groups (women, youth etc.) within the overall context of advancing sustainable socio-economic development in Nigeria.

Calling out to all Environmental Enthusiasts, Policy Makers, and Climate Advocates or if you are passionate about combating climate change and ensuring a sustainable future for Africa.

We are thrilled to invite you to the Nigeria Climate Change Forum, under the patronage of Dr. Salisu Dahiru, Director General, National Council on Climate Change on 27 – 28 June 2024 in Abuja, Nigeria. Together, let’s explore innovative strategies and solutions to achieve sustainability and net-zero emissions across Africa.

Call For The Nomination Of Experts – Scoping Meeting For The Ipcc Seventh Assessment Report (Ar7)

Nigeria has been invited by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) to   nominate experts to participate in the Scoping Meeting for the IPCC Seventh Assessment Report (AR7).

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What is Energy Transition?

Energy transition refers to the global shift from fossil fuel-based energy systems to low-carbon and renewable energy sources.

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Since human activities are at the root of the climate challenge, it simply means that the same human actions can help to stop it. We must continue to play our part to save our planet from the dangers of climate change.

Dr. Salisu Dahiru

Director General, National Council on Climate Change

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