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In a pivotal moment for climate action, Dr. Dominic Joshua Ngene, a luminary in the financial world, seamlessly
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“Global inequality persists; climate impacts are unfairly distributed. Even with unconditional, nationally determined contributions, we are facing 2.9 degrees centigrade warming. Developing countries face a staggering adaptation finance gap, 10-18 times as big as international public finance flows. The next decade will shape our future.” These are the words that jump out at me, as…
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The United Kingdom Government has announced a £100 million fund to help Nigeria and other most climate-vulnerable countries tackle climate change. It said the fund will also make health care in the countries more resilient, withstand disasters like floods, and ready to deal with spikes in infectious diseases, like cholera and malaria, due to floods…
Climate change and its impacts, particularly extreme weather and heatwaves, pose a “substantial risk” to the progress being made to fight malaria, the UN World Health Organisation (WHO) said yesterday.
As the world gathers in Dubai, United Arab Emirates for COP 28, the Nigeria House of Representatives has praised one of theirs, Sam Onuigbo, for his recognition by New York-based Business Insider as one of the 30 Global Leaders on Climate Change.
Ahead of the Conference of Party (COP28) Nigerian children has raised concern over the multiple effect of climate change with the call on government as well as global leaders to allocate more budget for climate activities to provide more sustainable solutions and resilient future.
Nigeria and other African countries, especially those with fossil fuel-backed economies trooping to the United Arab Emirates for the 28th Conference of Parties may need to present a united front that would address...
The Auditor-General of the Federation, Mr. Shaakaa Chira, has called on environmental auditors to develop a robust auditing methodologies to evaluate the impact of climate change. Mr. Chira, who was speaking at the opening of the 11th annual meeting of the African Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions Working Group on Environmental Audit (AFROSAI WGEA), held…
President Bola Tinubu will tomorrow (Wednesday) depart Abuja for Dubai, United Arab Emirates, to attend the COP28 Climate Summit, also known as the 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference, or Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC (COP28). At the World Leaders' Summit, which takes place on December 1 and 2, 2023, under the theme,…
Built environment experts have advocated deployment of geospatial technology to ensure climate change mitigation.They stressed that the application will also boost service delivery in government agencies and transform sectors...
Friends of the Earth Africa and Environmental Rights Action and Friends of the Earth Nigeria (ERA/FoEN) have called on African governments to reject all forms of geoengineering technology to protect local communities against the adverse effects of climate change.
Stakeholders in the environment sector have called for articulate and strategic plans that would address the nation’s climate change crisis in terms of adaptation and mitigation at the forthcoming Conference of the Parties, (COP28), in the United Arab Emirates.