“Africa’s target of restoring 100 million hectares of degraded land on the African continent was achievable,” Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari gave this assurance during a Great Green Wall...
Nigeria and 44 nations have pledged to invest in sustainable farming to protect nature.
Helping vulnerable nations cope with the multiplier effect of climate change on droughts, flooding, heatwaves and tropical mega-storms will require trillions of dollars, not the billions now on the table at COP26, a draft UN report obtained by AFP reveals.
COP26 President Alok Sharma said there was still an array of unfinished business at the crunch UN climate summit on Thursday as scientists urged negotiators to heed their warnings for the need for urgent action to global warming.
Nigeria and 49 other countries, yesterday, at the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Scotland (COP26), committed to developing climate-resilient and low-carbon health systems.
The need to create decent work for people in their local areas, coupled with reskilling and training, and social protection for those in need, among others, were lead discussions agreed at the COP26 Just Transition Declaration United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference held in Scotland.
As the COP 26 negotiations continue in Glasgow, Scotland about eight Nigerian institutions have joined 1,050 universities from 68 countries in making a range of new commitments...
With COP26 underway, WaterAid is calling on world leaders to meet their $100 billion climate finance commitment by 2023, as estimates show that women in developing countries will miss out on 2.5 million...
Governments and businesses are joining farmers and local communities at COP26, securing new agreements to protect nature and accelerate the shift to sustainable agriculture....
The United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference also known as COP26 has launched Glasgow Declaration for Climate Action in Tourism.
As the world convenes in Glasgow for the 26th United Nations Climate Change Conference of Parties (COP26), it is time to recognize Africa’s role in averting a climate disaster without compromising
With millions of jobs at risk as the pressure against fossil fuels continues, over 130 global renewable energy leaders yesterday asked governments at national, regional, and local levels to ensure access to high-quality, sustainable jobs during the energy transition.